If your beloved pair of boots aren’t going to see you through the next season, it might be time to see what’s out there and compare the best football boots for 2017-18. There are some fine pairs on the market. Some are designed for those who need speed, and others have sturdier protections built in. Whatever you’re looking for – there’s a pair of football boots just waiting for you.
Just remember, that whatever pair of boots you choose, Enertor insoles with D3O impact technology can help boost performance and reduce injury risks.
Nike Tiempo Legend IV – Since 1985 the Tiempo range has been a reliable workhorse in the Nike stables. This year’s update is no exception. These shoes are all about classic design and familiar elements. There are some modern updates however – check out the micro fibre mid foot cage and new vacuum pressed quilting.
Adidas Ace 16+ Primeknit – These offer a great fit and come in a wide range of colours. The sock collar gives comfort and the shoes are lightweight but strong enough to go the distance.
Joma Super Copa Speed – These Spanish boots might not come with the big name recognition but they are quickly gaining traction as a low cost alternative. The snug fit and solid engineering give great confidence for a lower price.
Nike Mercurial Superfly V – Oh but we can dream of being as fast as Ronaldo and Sanchez can’t we? These are like black lightening, ready for speed and traction. Don’t go looking to brawl in them, though. The speed comes at a cost of protective elements.
Puma evoPower 1.2 – These provide excellent flexibility and control – perfect for lining up the winning shot. There is more tech involved in these shoes than we have room for. From an invisible 3D GripTex coating for better ball control to the Gradual Stability Frame that creates an almost barefoot feeling, trust us when we say they are engineered to perform.
Lotto Zhero Gravity VII 200 – Previous iterations of this shoe were famed for being laceless. This newest release has brought laces back, offering a far more flexible fit. The Zheros offer great heel and shock support, and have their Puntoflex technology built in to see stronger elastic return (helping you run more efficiently).
Mizuno Wave Ignitus 3 – Every new version of these shoes is more innovative than the last. Here the key feature to look out for is the variable panels on the instep. There are different grips for creating unpredictable ball flight, a controlled curl and amazing dip.
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About Enertor Advanced Technology Insoles – Enertor insoles are designed to prevent a number of common running injuries and provide more comfort. Designed by leading podiatrists to reduce your risk of injury, the unique design features support your foot throughout training. Enertor insoles are enhanced by D3O impact protection technology, which means they can provide more shock absorption than any other insole. Our expertise, combined with the patented D3O shock absorption technology, enables Enertor to deliver the most advanced injury prevention insoles on the market today.
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