Puma King Mirai Tech Breakdown

The King’s Future is here From out of nowhere yesterday, Puma Japan launched the King Mirai. Mirai, which translates to “Future” in Japanese, seems to be filling the space that the Puma One J1 and the Puma Paramexico had left. Both of these models were exclusive to Japan and even now are highly sought after. […]

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Tokyo Football Grip Socks Air Review

The go to option Since the release of last year’s original Tokyo Football grip socks, they have seen a steady rise in popularity. While it would be enough for most brands, especially newer ones, to settle with what they have for the time being, Tokyo Football (TF) have instead sought to make improvements to their […]

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ASICS DS Light Acros Pro Review

Two steps forward, One step back Over the past year, ASICS has looked to create their own version of elite series models with the launch of the with the launch of their Pro model series. This started with the X Fly Pro, which was a complete overhaul of the X Fly series and offered some […]

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Puma Deserves Credit

For Keeping their Prices Down As many readers of this blog will know, I have often hammered on about the prices of boots getting too high. Every single year we’re seeing higher and higher prices for even mid-level model boots. But if we focus on this too much, miss some of the success stories as […]

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The Mercurial Air Zoom Ultra is ridiculous

In terms of Pricing Yesterday, Nike dropped the Mercurial Air Zoom Ultra SE and to no-one’s surprise, it quickly sold out. It was pretty much a guaranteed success given that it was based on a much-hyped concept boot and was limited to 1000 pairs. They will certainly show up on certain sites for resell in […]

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Mizuno Wave Ignitus Remake Review

An excellent experience Starting all the way back towards the end of 2009, the Mizuno Wave Ignitus series has amassed a cult following over the years thanks to its take on the power boot. Every model had a unique power zone/control panel set up and even among models that were not as popular, like the […]

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Charly PFX Gignac Review

Balanced everywhere Charly has made a decent splash over the past year on social media and has begun to put itself on the map. From Mexico, the brand has been somewhat of an unknown quantity during the majority of its existence. However, a combination of things, like its aggressive social media push, clever advertising and […]

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Adidas Speedflow model Comparison

With the previous X Ghosted series from adidas, it was difficult to justify going for the Ghosted+ since the Ghosted.1 was fairly similar and the Ghosted+ do not have too much about it to justify the increased price or the foregoing the extra lockdown that the Ghosted.1 had available. However, with the launch of the […]

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ASICS DS Light Acros PRO Tech Breakdown

The DS Light Acros series has increased in popularity the last year, coinciding with the rise of Celtic and Japanese striker Kyogo Furuhashi, who wears the boots. It has been two and a half years since the release of the original and now ASICS has launched a new, tweaked model, the DS Light Acros Pro. […]

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Adidas X Speedflow+ Review

Laceless boots that make sense Adidas having been doing the laceless concept ever since the launch of the Ace 16+ Purecontrol back in 2016. That is six years of chopping and changing models without really making a solid case for why a laceless boot is the best option in a line up. There is an […]

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