Have you ever wondered if it’s safe to throw your goalkeeper gloves in the washing machine and dryer? Or if it’s safe to clean them with dish soap? Or how you can make them last longer? We answered all of these questions and more in our latest episode of The Soccer Reviews podcast.
The Aztec soccer ball made by Chaos Soccer Gear is exactly that: chaotic. Featuring 32 panels covered in unique art that tricks your eyes into looking every which way, the Aztec is 100% hand-stitched and has a dimple surface for less drag, more controllability, and coated protection. We put this $80 ball to the test to see how it holds up after heavy use on the pitch.
The final chapter of Cristiano Ronaldo’s signature boot collection is here. Dubbed “CR7 Chapters,” a new colorway of his Mercurial Superfly has released every season starting from late 2015, telling a story about a certain point in his career. As Cristiano said himself, “the boots reflect what I am. They put part of my history in the boots.” This week, Nike have revealed his final one: “The Final Chapter.” Let’s get into the details and how you can purchase them for yourself.
The newly released “Spectral Mode” boot pack from adidas brings pastel colors to all four of its boot silos: Predator, Nemeziz, X, and Copa. They’ll be worn on the pitch by the likes of Messi, Pogba, Mo Salah, and Gabriel Jesus this upcoming season. Let’s take a closer look at each of the individual boots and discuss how you can purchase them for yourself.
Since its release in July, the Nike Phantom Vision silo has already seen four different colorways; but today, we’re going to be giving you a first look at three more unreleased, never before seen colorways. Releasing from as early as September 2018, you can expect to get your hands on some of these boots quite soon.
We’ve already seen football and basketball culture intertwine when Jordan and Neymar Jr. had their own collaborative football boot back in 2016. But now, the Jumpman logo is going to be seen everywhere; on two special edition match kits, two football boots, and apparel. Here’s everything you need to know about the new Jordan and Paris Saint-Germain collection.
Pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in creating new goalkeeper gloves, Aviata Sports have dropped their latest Stretta Maestro collection featuring a unique SideWinder cross wrap wrist strap, a pro-flow ultra mesh body, an ergo-flex punch pad, and a pro long cuff for a second skin fit. The Stretta Oro Maestro V7 sits atop the collection with a professional level Contact latex palm for an outstanding grip in all weather conditions. We put them to the test to see if they’re really worth boasting about.
NoetZ Glove Company doesn’t shy away from creating bold, unique looking goalkeeper gloves, and their latest AZUL glove is no exception. Equipped with removable finger spines, a lightweight neoprene backhand, and grippy Contact latex, these gloves were designed with the professional goalkeeper in mind, and, therefore, are perfect for games and elite level practices in all weather conditions. We put them through their paces to see how well they hold up in goal.
A recent release from Portuguese goalkeeping brand Insanity Gloves Co., the Chaos II comes equipped with a plethora of top-end features such as a rubber punch zone, memory foam, windstopper mesh, a Super Soft latex backhand, and internal silicone dots. They’re intended for games or elite level practices and cost around $51 per pair, already making them a bang for your buck. We put them through their paces to see how they hold up in goal.
A recent release from Canadian goalkeeping brand NGA Soccer, the Muralis Neon is designed for those who enjoy a tight-fitting, attention-grabbing goalkeeper glove. It comes equipped with top-end features such as Giga Grip latex, memory foam, and inner silicone dots for optimal grip inside the glove. Considering the high quality latex and the $63 price tag, they are intended for games or elite level practices. Keep reading to see if the Muralis Neon is the right goalkeeper glove for you.