Soccer cleats are always something that soccer players are looking to improve on. A soccer cleat needs to last you a long time and be able to keep your feet protected. They need to be comfortable and be able to provide the person wearing them with the traction and ability to control the soccer ball that they are looking for. Nike offers a wide variety of soccer cleats for men, women, and youth. They offer different types of cleats including indoor soccer cleats, turf soccer cleats, and gym cleats. Nike even offers many different styles of cleats for the different positions on the field.
Now picking the best football boots is not easy. There’s no one size fits all in this case(quite literally).
1. Nike Phantom GT
What to do if you like to run and are also a big fan of football? The answer is simple. Nike has designed a pair of shoes that have a sole for running and a heel for kicking a ball. The mid-budget shoes are made of durable synthetic leather that is both light and flexible, while the midsole is made of extremely lightweight foam. With the GTs, Nike has focused on durability while still maintaining a lightweight feel.
2. Nike Mercurial Vapor 13 Elite (Neymar Jr.)
The vapor 13 is designed to be the ultimate football cleat, with a lightweight synthetic upper that is designed to feel like a second skin. The Nike Mercurial Vapor 13 Elite has a brand new external heel counter, which is intended to improve stability, and an internal heel counter that is designed to improve comfort. And as usual, the vapor 13’s soleplate has been made from lightweight Nike Zoom Air cushioning, which is designed to be responsive and adaptive to a player’s movements.
This is Neymar’s 4th boot design by Nike and the boot is for the left foot. The boot is made of Flyknit upper material and has a colorway of Black and Volt.
3. Nike Phantom Vision 2 Elite
Nike’s long-awaited Phantom Vision 2 elite shoe is finally here, combining the lightweight feel of the original Phantom Vision with the big-time customization of the NikeID system.
Weighing in at 8.5 ounces, the mid-tops are dressed in a mix of perforated leather and synthetic upper materials, with a new “cage wrap” tongue construction that’s historically been a problem for other Nike ID products. The real innovation here is the NikeID system, however. For the first time, the entire upper of the shoe is fully customizable, and that includes the laces.
4. Nike Mercurial Superfly
The Nike Mercurial Superfly is a shoe that most professional soccer players want to wear in a game. It is one of the fastest soccer shoes, but also one of the most expensive cleats. The Nike Mercurial Superfly features a great look and is one of the lightest soccer shoes. It is a great shoe for speed and agility, but it is not the best shoe for those who play on hard surfaces because of how light the shoe is.
5. Nike Tiempo Legend 8 Elite
The Nike Tiempo Legend 8 Elite, of course, a soccer cleat inspired by the country’s national team colors that also pays homage to the iconic Nike Tiempo line. In addition to its rainbow color scheme, the Tiempo Legend 8 Elite boasts a high-cut design that offers more support than classic indoor soccer shoes.