2014 will be an exciting year for soccer cleats. World Cup years always bring out the latest and greatest advancements, cool colorways, great promotions, and more so lace your current pair up and be looking for their replacements!
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Cristiano Ronaldo is 1 of the top players in the world and playing at the top of his game. To celebrate his accomplishments from the past 12 months, Nike has released a limited edition (only 100 pairs) of this cool cleat.
The Nike CTR360 Magista has been a great silo since it was first introduced. And to say goodbye Nike unveiled this blackout look and is releasing it in a limited edition.
The Limited Edition Nike Vapor IX Tropical Pack is inspired by the jungles of Brazil. A cool look that will set you apart but still provide great performance.
Nike has released new colorways for the primary silos. The colors will be on the feet of most of their key players through the end of the 2013/14 European campaign.
adidas is coming right at you with this bold look for a groundbreaking cleat. The adizero F50 crazylight is the lightest cleat in history and has a stunning in motion paint job to boot. Gareth Bale will be the poster child for this stunning cleat debuting it on the field in Real Madrid’s Champions League clash on March 18.
If you are reading this you have probably missed out on a chance to buy a pair of these limited edition cleats. The cleat is in tribute to Lionel Messi setting the Barcelona goalscoring record by hitting home his 370th goal for the Blaugrana.
Arguable the 2 biggest launches of 2014 came from adidas and Nike with the introduction of the and the adidas Samba Primeknit and the Nike Magista. They both have a woven upper at the heart of what makes them special.
Luis Suarez dis-spelled any notion that a woven cleat could not get the job done when he scored in the on field debut of the cleat. The Liverpool striker added insult to injury with the final goal in the Reds 3-0 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford.
The media from around the globe, including Soccer365, were on hand for the unveiling of the Nike Magista. The cleat uses Nike FlyKnit technology and included a mid-top cup and sock-like inner lining to make the player’s foot one with the cleat.
Carnival is one of the biggest times of the year in Brazil and the festive holiday is part of the marketing by adidas heading into the World Cup 2014. Feathers, ticker tape, and flash inspired this collection of colorways for the main adidas silos.
Puma started the campaign for the release of their new silo, the evoPower, with a great teaser campaign utlizing the face of the new silo Mario Balotelli (Part 1 and Part 2 of the tease). The newsprint finally fell off to reveal a great looking and bold red colorway for the new silo. And take an Up-Close look at the new cleat.
Nike added some flash and a flashback with the Mercurial Vapor IX Fast Forward ’02 Edition cleat. The cleat was in tribute to the cleat worn by Ronaldo as Brazil won the 2002 World Cup.
Lionel Messi was handed this colorful cleat as his signature cleat for the remainder of the European season.
The Copa Mundial is a classic but took on a new look. The colors were not universally The colorways were released with the World Cup 2014 in mind and these being the colors that the 3-stripes were tying to the quadrennial tournament.
The Puma evoSpeed got an updated look with the release of the Shark Blue/Fluo Peach/Fluo Yellow look.
Nike has started the year with some great new colorways for some of their most popular cleats. The latest are the new colorway for the Hypervenom silo launched last year, Nike Hypervenom Phantom SG Pro (Neo Lime/Poison Green/Total Crimson/Black), the Nike Mercurial Vapor IX SG Pro (Neo Lime/Metallic Silver/Polarized Blue/Total Crimson), and the Nike CTR360 Maestri III AG (Atomic Orange/Black-Total Orange).
adidas has been making waves with bolder colorways and will no doubt have big plans this year. As the major sponsor of the World Cup, providing the official soccer ball – the Brazuca, as well as gear for the tournament, they will want to make a splash with the footwear on the players.
The Samba Pack was released in 2013 but the colors of Brazil are the best way to start thinking about this summer.