Nike5 Bomba Finale Review The lightweight design of the Nike5 Bomba Finale turf delivers serious ball control for low shots and quick passes. It’s designed for enduring comfort and performance during indoor small-sided games on hard surfaces and artificial turf. Kanga-Lite water-resistant […]
The Predator LZ is Adidas’ latest model in the very popular Predator series. The LZ strays well away from what the Predator has stood for, for so many years, and goes in a direction that some are a big fan […]
The Freefootball SpeedTrick from Adidas is a surprisingly comfortable indoor soccer shoe. The upper of the shoe is a little on the stiffer side from brand new, but softens up after only a couple of hours of use. At no […]
The first Nike Mercurial Vapor was released in 2002 and featured an full synthetic upper combined with a bladed stud pattern. To see more detailed pictures and video of the Nike Mercurial Vapor click the link above.
The Nike CTR360 Libretto is the third takedown in the CTR360 range, and while it shares the look of the higher-end Maestri, it doesn’t share any of the main features. From right out of the box, the Libretto III is […]
The first adidas F50 was released in 2004 and featured an engineered mesh upper combined with a kangaroo leather forefoot and lace cover and a split sole bladed stud pattern. To see more pictures and video of the adidas F50 […]
The Adidas Predator Absolado LZ is the third takedown model in the LZ line, and while it may look very similar to the top end model, it certainly does not have the same feel. If you’re looking for the true […]
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 […]