The best football boots for the first half of 2021
By Giovani Dos Santos – September 30, 2021
So, the first half of the year is over, during which all well-known manufacturers of sports and football equipment were able to show what they are capable of and, as it turned out, they are capable of a lot. New technologies, bright and stylish boot designs, innovations in the world of football shoes – we saw all this in the first half of the year, but let’s note only those football boots that will definitely claim the title of the best at the end of 2021.
Contenders for the title of the best boot of the year
Immediately, we note that there were a lot of applicants for the first half of the year, and some even had to be weeded out so that the list would not be painfully long, so we present to you some TOP, where you will definitely find football boots to your liking.
Let’s start with Puma Evopower 1.3. Since the beginning of the year, the company decided to make a good start and updated its most popular boot model to the third version.
Umbro Medusae Pro. The largest release from Umbro in the first half of the year and straight to the point. Extremely light (185 grams), comfortable and soft (kangaroo skin) – all this was immediately appreciated by the players, so the novelty entered the market without any problems.
Puma Evospeed Fresh. The lightest version of Evospeed. Light weight, excellent ventilation and original design – these are all football boots that immediately attracted fans of original gaming shoes.
Nike Mercurial Superfly CR7 Chapter 2 “Natural Diamond” Football Boot. The continuation of the line of boots from Ronaldo, which stands out for its striking design, rather than the technological part, to which everyone has already got used to, although there is something to surprise.
Adidas Porsche Design Sport x Football. Limited edition with original designs from two leading German companies.
Puma Evospeed SL Grass. The company can’t calm down and again offers us the next version of the Evospeed boots, the design of which is based on the classic Landmark v1.06 model. This model disappeared from the shelves exactly 10 years ago and returned again, but in a new guise and with new technologies.
Adidas X15 + SL. Adidas soccer cleats have evolved markedly, as evidenced by this shoe, crafted with X-Cage technology and special polyurethane to create a truly lightweight shoe for attacking soccer.
Nike Camo Pack. A whole pack of high-tech shoes from Nike with an exclusive design. A limited edition of the very best models that have received a new stylistic design.
Adidas Copa SL. Return of the classics to big football. Although it was a limited edition, connoisseurs of this famous model were still satisfied with such a release.
Diadora Brasil Italy OG. And this is an Italian classic that has come to life, which has practically not been changed since its release. That is, the same form, the same technologies and the same convenience.
Under Armor Spotlight 2.0. After Under stopped releasing their Speedforms, the company switched entirely to their logical sequel, the Spotlight football boot. Although this novelty has not received due popularity, its quality and convenience deserves special attention.
Mizuno Morelia Neo II. For about five years, the Japanese did not touch the Morelia Neo, but in 2016 they decided on an update, which turned out to be very successful.