Allure Calcio Nero FG Review

A fantastic example of a made in Italy boot. One of the last things I would have expected this year is the launch of the new brand. This is because of circumstances around the world and because of the difficulty of entering the market in the best of times. So, it was a surprise to […]

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Grip Socks aren’t the end-all

They can’t cover for everything In the past year there has seemingly been an explosion of new grip sock companies on the market and its virtually impossible to miss them. This isn’t a bad thing though, since the more competition there is, the more everyone has to step up their game. The flip side of […]

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Mizuno Morelia Wave Tech Breakdown

The Rebuild Project produces excellence once again The original Mizuno Morelia was released all the way back in 2003 to offer something to players who wanted a soft kangaroo leather upper but with more support and a grippier soleplate. Mizuno took its popular Wave technology and squeezed it into a football boot which as a […]

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ASICS DS Light X Fly Pro Review

Mizuno should pay attention ASICS is mostly known as a running and athletics brand in the global market but in its home country of Japan, it is one of the biggest brands when it comes to football boots. Any match you watch, any place where people are playing the World’s Game, you will see at […]

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The Future is Coming

But its already running late Recently adidas dropped their new Game Mode silo, which are boots that are made from 50% recyclable plastic and are available at a much lower price point. This also come at a time when Nike is pushing all of the new club kits that feature 100% recycled polyester fibre that […]

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Corporate Responsibility

Or lack thereof The past few years have finally seen companies’ have their collective feet held to the fire for various issues that were a result of their business practices. While a lot of companies are gradually (but slowly) getting better, there are still a lot of problems that these companies need to correct. One […]

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Mizuno Morelia UL review

An incredible boot – with one noticeable flaw The Morelia Ultralight is another boot that I have quite a long history with. The white colourway, which was originally released in 2008, was the second ever pair of Mizuno boots I bought, and I had them for years. I bought a second pair after they were […]

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Nike Mercurial Vapor 13 Elite AG-Pro Review

Well…not what was expected This might surprise some people but I have quite an extensive history with the Mercurial Vapor series. I only had the Talaria for the first model but after that I had the Vapor K, two pairs of the Vapor II, almost every colour of the Vapor III, the Berry Vapor IV, […]

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European Super League

Load of shit Edit: According to Bloomberg, investment bank JP Morgan will invest 4 Billion Euros in The Super League. Because of course “investors” are heavily involved. Greedy assholes. Let’s get right into this. Its greed. Pure and unadulterated greed. They don’t care about fans, the players, or the game as a whole. We would […]

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Mizuno ZeroGlide Laces Review

Mizuno fixes its flaws Even though year after year the love for Mizuno has been spreading and the brand has become more popular among boot nerds, there has been a consistent issue that people had with their boots. This being, the laces. Mizuno have quite often used thicker, cotton-feeling laces on some of its most […]

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