Desporte Campinas JP Pro1 Review

An impressive offering Desporte was formed in Shizuoka, Japan in 2003 with the goal of creating top quality futsal shoes and apparel. The company’s motto is Quality Touch Control and they have strived to make shoes the are not only comfortable, but also supportive and a barefoot touch on the ball. Along the way, Desporte […]

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Ryal Artisan 2.0 Review

The Italian-made boot Par Excellence Its almost a bit of a stereotype now. Classic leather boot in black, handmade in Italy with a classic soleplate. It’s a formula that is becoming more common as more and more smaller brands become more well known and bigger brands try to capture that unique selling point. One might […]

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Kingdom Football Panthera FG Review

Good foundation for future potential Kingdom Football appeared seemingly out of nowhere as a new classic boot brand last month, though they were actually founded in 2019. The brand is a bit unique in the fact that they not only use leather that is a by-product from the meat industry and vow to only be […]

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Adidas X Ghosted.1 Review

80 OVR, 90 POT Adidas has never truly dominated the speed boot market since the release of the original adiZero. Apart from the astonishing weight of the boot, the soleplate made the boot stand out among the crowd. In an attempt to replicate the success of that boot, adidas has gone back to the drawing […]

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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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Mizuno Rebula Cup Japan Review

Mizuno’s DNA produces brilliance once again A few eyebrows were raised when Mizuno launched the Rebula Cup. It wasn’t named with a number like the other boots in the series (Rebula 2, etc.) and the design was quite different, with the internal foam cage replaced by a more external sponge padding to help with the […]

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Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Beta Japan Review

Among the Elite When Mizuno launched the original Morelia Neo 2 Beta it marked the start of a new approach from Mizuno that would push them to compete more in the speed boot race. While the Morelia Neo 2 was a speed boot by all accounts, it never had the tech that other boots in […]

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Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 Japan Review

A speed boot with shades of control. The football boot market has greatly changed since the first Morelia Neo was released in 2011. An update in 2016 helped the boot keep pace with rivals but the speed boot category has made massive strides since then. With all of the additions and new pieces of tech […]

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Mizuno Monarcida Sala Indoor Review

A Solid performer When people think of Mizuno football boots and their indoor shoes, people tend to first think of the Morelia series. Inside of Japan however, the Monarcida is quite popular and well-known as a staple of the Mizuno brand as well. Just like the Morelia, almost every team seems to have at least […]

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Mizuno Morelia Indoor Review

Leather Luxury in an Indoor package Mizuno stands above many other brands when it comes to their football boots. They are well known for the quality, comfort and performance the come together in a tidy package. Less celebrated over the years is their indoor range, which has been impressively improving over time. With the Morelia […]

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