In an effort to make things easier for you, I’ve put together all of the soccer cleats we’ve reviewed on one page. They are categorized by brand, and type (indoor, turf, etc.).
As we continue to review more cleats we’ll keep updating this page.
One of the first ever reviews I did – the adidas Profi. I still wear these cleats every once in a while. They are so comfortable – like wearing slippers!
The adidas Predator X TRX FG – my favorite thing about wearing these was the that the ball flew off my foot when shooting from distance.
A lot of soccer players wear the adidas f50 Adizero, and it’s easy to see why.
The Nike Air Legend II – really enjoyed testing out these. Good solid footy boots.
I couldn’t wait to do the Nike CTR360 Maestri III Review, and they didn’t disappoint. These boots are becoming one of my all time favorites.
We tried out the classic Puma King Finale. The Puma Kings were a favorite of mine growing up, so I couldn’t wait to find out what had changed.
If Spiderman played soccer he’d wear the Puma v1.10. Check out these colorful and well designed footy boots.
Puma’s alternative new speed cleats inspired by Usain Bolt, the Puma evoSPEED 1.
I anxiously awaited testing the Puma Powercat 1.12. Not only were they heavily promoted by Puma, but Cesc Fabregas is just one of the players who wears them. If they’re good enough for Cesc, they’re good enough for us!
An updated version of a classic, the Puma King SL are definite pair of boots to consider if you’re the type of player who likes to control the tempo of a game.
The Puma evoSPEED 1.2 review – a boot for players who utilize their speed.
Another one of our early reviews, and a blast from the past, the Reebok Strikezone TD EVO 15.
Indoor Soccer Cleats or Turf Shoes
If you’re into soccer, and you’ve played indoor, you already know about the adidas Samba. Definitely a mainstay for playing indoors.
A modern take on the classic Sambas, I tried out the adidas Samba Milleniums.
I generally wear my Sambas when playing indoor, but the Puma Speed Star definitely rivaled their more illustrious counterparts.
Read my review of the Nike Mercurial Victory IV indoor soccer shoe. Great performance..for as long as they hold up.