The Nike Mercurial Vapor 2 was released in 2004 and featured an full synthetic upper combined with a bladed stud pattern. To see more detailed pictures and video of the Nike Mercurial Vapor 2 click the link above.
In terms of fit, I can definitely say that the Laser IV fits a little more streamlined than the past Lasers. The biggest difference coming in the shape of the toe box, which is now much more narrow in comparison […]
The Predator Absolion LZ is the first takedown model, in the somewhat controversial line of shoes that is the Adidas Predator LZ, with plenty of features carrying over from the top end model. From right out of the box, the […]
If you’re not familiar with the Adidas Predator Incurza, that’s most likely because it is technically not a soccer shoe. The Incurza is actually a rugby release from Adidas, but like most of their rugby releases with the firm ground […]
I said it with the first Wave Ignitus and I will say it again with this Mizuno Wave Ignitus 2, this is the most comfortable soccer shoe on the market. I don’t know how Mizuno does it, but this shoe […]
At first glance, the Supersonic Wave III looks to be just another modern take on a classic leather soccer shoe, but upon further inspection, you will see that it’s so much more. As far as comfort elements are concerned, the […]
The Nike Mercurial Victory III AG is easily one of the most popular low-end soccer shoes on the market. The reason for this is the low price and a look that is reminiscent of the very popular Nike Mercurial Vapor. […]
The adidas adiPure 11Pro SL is the newest lightweight model of the very popular adiPure line. If compared to the previous model, the adiPure IV SL, it is easy to see that this version is very different. If we start […]