Hello guys – we’re back this week with five more footballing related items that may tickle your fancy as we go into the weekend. So, without further a-do, here goes…
Nike Premier 2.0 FG (White & Gold)
The legend that is Ronaldinho turned 38 this week, and so of course we want these boots, which are inspired by the colour scheme of Brazilian legend’s Air Legend Tiempos, and give a nod to Nike designs of the past.
The Nike Premier 2.0 FG are constructed from kangaroo leather and made for the no-nonsense, anti-tech footballer – not quite how you’d describe Ronaldinho but they still look great. Their classic aesthetic is combined with modern performance and out of the box comfort. Lace up!
Grab yourself a pair here
adidas Copa Gloro 17 FG
With all the vibrant and neon boots kicking around, sometimes it’s great to go old school in terms of colouring, and you don’t get much more vintage than all black. These boots look like they mean business but don’t let their mono-tonal aesthetic fool you.
The boots themselves have a premium Taurus leather upper, which provides permanent softness and low water absorption, as well as a fantastic feel for the ball. What’s more, the classic fold over tongue keeps the laces in place, allowing for an optimal sweet spot to strike the ball.
Pick up these boots here
New Balance Furon 3.0 Conduction Pack
This limited edition conduction pack dropped by New Balance, consists of snazzy boots that bring copper curves and plenty of shine to the party and will make a bold statement on the field.
The Furon 3.0 possesses a brilliant blend of navy and copper trim, which creates a lovely looking boot that really shouts limited edition. In terms of performance, they’re the same as the ‘speed boot,’ but let’s be serious, they’re a hell of a lot nicer!
Portugal’s World Cup Kit
When you’re the current European Champions, you ought to enter the World Cup with a bit of regal swagger about you, and that’s exactly what Portugal’s kit brings to the table.
The home kit, in true Portuguese style, is predominantly red, with flashes of the usual green, and gold to represent their European triumph.
It’s a strip that’s worthy of the King of Portugal – of course I’m talking about Cristiano Ronaldo, whose triumphs and achievements deserve a strip of this quality. If they don’t reach the heights of the Euros, the Portuguese will go down fighting, and in style.
Keep en eye out here
Germany’s World Cup Away Kit
The current World Champions have taken inspiration from their Italia 90’ jersey and brought constructed a thing of beauty. We haven’t seen Germany play in green since Euro 2012 and it’s been worth the wait – the vibrancy of the contrasting greens coupled with the vague patterns creates a strip an Englishman would buy, even if the Three Lions had just lost to the Germans on Penalties.
It’s a fusion of classic and contemporary, German football style and it would be a fitting jersey in which to claim back to back World Cups!
Get the shirt here