The 10 Best Football Boots in 2016

Under Armour Clutchfit Force

The right pair of football boots can mean the difference between scoring the game-winning goal, and giving the ball up to your opponent. It may sound trivial, but your boots can either give you the traction and acceleration you need to get ahead, or they can leave you behind. We’ve searched far and wide for the best football boots. Here are our top 10 picks:

1.     Under Armour Clutchfit Force

Affordable, lightweight and bright. The Clutchit Force offers excellent control and protection when you have the ball. That’s all thanks to the “second skin” feature that molds to the natural shape of your foot while you move, providing you with support and comfort.

2.     Nike Tiempo Legend V

Tiempos have been around since the 1990s, and their staying power comes with the protection power and comfort they provide. The Tiempo Legend V has a classic look and comes in a wide range of colors.

3.     Adidas Copa Mundial

No football boot list is complete without the Copa Mundial. This iconic shoe was first launched in the late 1970s, and has been a favorite in the sport ever since. Featuring genuine kangaroo leather, these boots are comfortable, and offer excellent feel and control.

4.     Puma King II

Another 90s classic, the King II is the latest version of this famous boot, with improved comfort and a lighter feel. These boots feel like a second skin.

5.     Pantofola d’Oro Lazzarini – SG

Constructed with 100% kangaroo leather, this Italian boot has maintained its classic look since the 1950s. While not as long-lasting as other boots on the list, they offer superb comfort and control.

6.     Adidas Predator Instinct

The Predator is one of the most popular boots – among both amateurs and professional players. These boots were first introduced in the early 90s, and it’s the unique design of the upper that sets the Predator apart from competitors. The rubber strip technology on the top of the boot allows for optimal control.

7.     Nike Magista Obra

The Magista Obra is a bit on the heavy side, but offers more protection while delivering more control and power when you’re in possession of the ball. And its sock-like extension of the upper creates a seamless feel that adds to the overall comfort of this shoe.

8.     Adidas Nitrocharge 1.0

The Nitrocharge is extra-durable, but doesn’t sacrifice on comfort. It comes in a range of colors, including one that glows in the dark, and offers players excellent control of the ball.

Available at an affordable price, the Nitrocharge is a great option for players of all levels.

9.     Nike Mercurial Superfly

The Mercurial Superfly is built for speed, and its eye-catching design is sure to catch people’s attention when you’re out on the field.

The Superfly is exceptionally light, but the nylon upper offers little protection from your opponents.


The evoPOWER was designed for accurate shooting and passing on the field, so you can make game-changing moves without missing a beat. These boots also happen to be one of the most comfortable around.


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