Reviews

By Ian Ennis – Over the years, I have had many Nike cleats. I have always been a big fan of the Nike line ever since I got my first pair of Tiempos when I was little. Throughout the years, every cleat I have owned has had superior quality and touch like n...
By Ian Ennis – This is my first pair of Mizuno cleats to review. Although I had seen them on the feet of professional players around the world, I had never gotten a chance to try them. After doing some research, I found that Mizuno takes pride in their cl...
by Ian Ennis – After testing out the Umbro UX-1 Concept, I was happy that the next cleat on the list to test was a more traditional cleat from Umbro, the Umbro Speciali 4 Pro HG. These are in the tradition of the high-quality kangaroo leather Umbro is kno...
PUMA released the evoSPEED 1.3 (available here) a couple days after the end of the 2014 World Cup. Since then the boot has been spotted on the feet of several professionals during the European pre-season. It’s also the first choice boot of MLS’ers such as...
Under Armour has been expanding into soccer over the past 5+ years so some players are not as familiar with the brand as other cleats.  But this is not to say Under Armour does not know how to design a great performing cleat.  The Clutchfit Force FG has combine...
by Ian Ennis – Umbro cleats have never been a big staple in my cleat bag.  It is not that I had not heard great reviews about the cleats from the Double Diamond or was familiar with the professionals that wore them but my old habits were hard to break.  I...