ASICS Ultrezza 2 AI Sustainable Review

Tech and support The original Ultrezza was a step in a different direction for ASICS. A tech-heavy boot, that focused more on support was a boon for anybody wanting a more solid boot without compromising on performance. With the release of the second edition of the Ultrezza, ASICS has looked to build on the foundation […]

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Mizuno Morelia DNA Japan Review

A new champion The Mizuno Morelia II Japan is one of the Japanese brand’s mostly popular boots and continues to pop up on pitches all across the country and the world. In the past decade though, the Morelia Neo series has run closely behind and become the main choice for Mizuno veterans and newbies alike. […]

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ASICS Grip Socks Review

Performance and Support ASICS is a brand that has built a solid reputation on the fit and support offered on its products. This extends to football as well, where boots like the Ultrezza are known for the solid support provided. Often this comes through heel raises, or some sort of extra cushioning. And support is […]

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Tokyo Football Grip Sock Review

Bargain price, great performance There is no doubting that there has been a massive increase in the companies that make grip socks these days. A lot of these brands seem to take one of two paths: decent, but inexpensive or higher, performance and higher price. But not too many socks seem to marry decent price […]

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Mizuno Morelia Wave Review

Vying for my affection The Mizuno Morelia Wave was a boot that never really caught my attention when it was available as a regular retail model. There were many people who praised the boot and would only wear the Morelia Wave. Even pros who did not wear the Morelia Wave often used a mixed version […]

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GrpStar Grip Socks Review

Comfort at the expense of fit GrpStar first really made a name for themselves with their unique SG studs that were designed to provide more grip. Moving into the competitive grip sock market seems like a natural progression for the brand and to their credit, they seem to be doing quite well for themselves. There […]

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Tabio Sports Five Finger Grip Socks Review

Top of the class. Like Mizuno and ASICS boots, something that is also quite common among players in Japan is Tabio Sports’ Five Finger Grip socks. Several members of my team wear them, I have noticed a lot of people in my league wear them and every sports store in Japan carries stock of them. […]

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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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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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