Adler Toledo Review

Comfort and more comfort Adler has a skill for creating comfortable leather boots, but occasionally smaller brands can struggle with consistency. The Toledo is slightly different from the Reggio that I previously reviewed. The Toledo has a cross-stitched forefoot with a thinner leather and a slightly more padded heel. They do use the same soleplate, […]

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Adler Reggio Review

Affordable Made in Japan Quality When people think of made in Japan football boots they normally think of Mizuno, or if they don’t think about that they normally think that means that the boots are expensive. While in most cases this is true, even with brands like Yasuda as well, Adler takes a different approach. […]

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