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Nike Mercurial Vapor 12 Review

A glove-like and responsive fit, a claw-like traction, an explosive soleplate, and a close to the ball touch; the Mercurial Vapor 12 is unlike anything we've ever seen before.

Nike Mercurial Supefly 6 Review

Inspired by the cheetah, the Nike Mercurial Supefly 6 offers an anatomical split-soleplate, Nikegrip texturing, responsive 360 Flyknit design, and a highly comfortable Dynamic Fit collar.

Adidas Copa 18.1 Review

The Adidas Copa 18.1 brings you a modern version of the admired Copa Mundial, with a kangaroo leather upper, Primeknit heel, and 11 conical studs.

Adidas Predator 18+ Review

The Predator is back, the return of the beast. Now with an ultra soft Primeknit toe box, a forged knit midfoot, and a Primeknit collar giving a sock-like sensation and unrivaled comfort.

Adidas Nemeziz 17+ 360 Agility Review

The Adidas Nemeziz 17+ 360 Agility is made for the player looking for a few specific features. A Torsion Tape upper influenced by athletic tape, providing high mobility and a stable lockdown...

Adidas X 17+ Purespeed Review

The Adidas X 17+ Purespeed Review has made a few minor updates from its predecessor the X 16+ Purechaos, but it's more of a revamp than anything. The few updates in the upper and the ...

Nike Mercurial Supefly V Review

The Nike Mercurial Supefly V is quite the breakthrough in soccer cleat technology, being one of the lightest, fastest, and secure soccer cleats ever made...

Nike Mercurial Vapor 11 Review

One of the most iconic soccer cleats to ever hit the market, known for being lightweight, explosive, and thin. The Vapor 11...

Nike Hypervenom Phantom III Elite Review

The Nike Hypervenom Phantom III is truly an amazing cleat, made with responsiveness in mind. From the soleplate to the laces, it screams lockdown...

Nike Magista Obra II Elite Review

For those of you who don't know, the Magista Obra completely changed the modern soccer cleat market and made people go nuts. But the Magista Obra II Elite just takes it to a completely new level.

Nike Magista Opus II Review

The Nike Magista Opus II, built to enhance your game with a touch you get from no other cleat. A crazy soft upper with superior comfort, a soleplate that ...

Nike Tiempo Legend VII Elite Review

One of the most technologically advanced kangaroo leather boot on the market. The first Tiempo Legend that features Flyknit, the lightest ever made, and with a completely new soleplate.

Nike Premier Review

A modern twist on a traditional cleat, the Nike Premier II is a contemporary cleat with an old-school vibe, made to rival it's Adidas counterparts.

Adidas Copa Mundial Review

One of the most iconic and oldest soccer cleats to ever hit the production line, the Adidas Copa Mundial with its simplicity and premium materials ruled the 1980s and is still ...

Adidas Field Player Gloves Review

Stay focused on the game without having to worry about keeping your hands warm. The Adidas Feild Player Gloves are made to do just that ...

Nike J Shin Guards Review

The Nike J Shin Guard has a thin plastic shell that is flexible and able to mold to the shape of your foot. The shape is anatomical to your shin, allowing for excellent comfort ...

SKLZ Quickster Rebounder Review

First touch and passing are arguably the most important aspects of the game, that many players are having problems with. The SKLZ Quickster Soccer Trainer was made to help you improve you're ...

SKLZ Pro Training Agility Poles Review

The SKLZ Training Agility Poles are made with many functions and many training exercires in mind. Being retractable, they have the ability to be stored and ...

SKLZ X6 Training Hurdles Review

An essential piece of equipment made to help and improve your agility and explosiveness. These hurdles are made to withstand heavy use and are easy to store.

Nike Mercurial Lite Shin Guards Review

These shin guards offer excellent protection, while also being fairly comfortable, due to the anatomical fit around your shin. The size of the shin guards isn't obnoxiously huge, while also not being ...

Adidas Ghost Pro Shin Guards Review

When someone thinks of the 'perfect shin guard' they probably think of something that has reliable protection, excellent comfort, and a lightweight feel. That is exactly what the Adidas Ghost Pro does ...

Adidas Telstar Ball Mini Review

Made as a decoration or to improve your skills and juggling, the Telstar 18 Mini can be used around the house or in the training.

Adidas 'Telstar 18' Official Match Ball Review

Ever since 1970 when Adidas made its first World Cup ball, the technology and quality have been getting better and better. Now every four years there is not only hype about the game ...

Adidas Top Replique Ball Review

A takedown model with excellent value, thermally bonded panels, surface texture, perfectly round shape, and high-quality materials.

Adidas Top Glider Ball Review

The Adidas Top Glider soccer ball is made for the player looking for a good training ball with reliable durability. The cheapest ball and the most popular ...

Nike Ordem V Official Match Ball Review

This ball has earned its spot as the official match ball in many leagues. Known for being very predictable, the Nike Ordem 5 is one of the best match balls in every aspect.

Nike Strike Ball Review

The Nike Strike has the same 12-panel configuration as the Ordem V, however, the panels are stitched together. Being made from 12 panels, this ball features the same amount of consistency ...

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