Today the Unisport boys discuss the latest colourway from the Turbocharge pack. The new colourway of the adidas ACE17+ once again takes inspiration from the car world, which adidas have previously done with their Red Limit, Chequered Black, Blue Blast, Camouflage and now Turbocharge packs - and Turbocharge is, funnily enough, about raw nitro power.
Nike Air Max Football Boots - the brand new Revolution Pack including the Mercurial Superfly 5, Hypervenom 3, Magista Obra 2 and Tiempo Legend 6 is finally put to the test on the pitch as Unisport's JayMike takes them for a spin. Inspired by the iconic Nike Air Max sneakers, the new Nike Revolution Pack builds on the heritage of the infamous creps.
Nike have released the Revolution Pack including the Nike Mercurial Superfly, Nike Magista Obra, Nike Hypervenom and Nike Tiempo Legend all looking like iconic Air Max sneakers to celebrate the rich heritage. The Tiempo Legend 5 is inspired by the Nike Air Max 1. The Nike Mercurial Superfly 5 from the Nike Air Max 90, the Nike Air Max 95 lends inspiration to the Nike Hypervenom Phantom 3 DF. The Nike Magista Obra 2 goes with the design of the Air Max 97.
Laceless football boots are here - but is the Adidas ACE17+ Purecontrol and the Adidas GLITCH a true revolution with its completely laceless upper, and will boots with laces be a thing in the future as well? Unisport's Joltter and JayMike discuss the awesomeness of laceless technology and also speak about whether we'll see a laceless Nike or Puma football boot in the future.
Nike Mercurial Superfly 5 vs Vapor 11 battle. Unisport have put two of the most popular speed boots up against each other in a boot battle - the Nike Mercurial Superfly 5 vs little brother Nike Mercurial Vapor 11. But what is the difference between the high-cut, Flyknit equipped Superfly 5 and the low-cut Vapor 11? Apart from the different uppers, the two Nike football boots are obviously constructed in a very different way, has a different touch on the ball and feel both similar and distinctly different.
Cheap vs expensive football - is there actually that big of a difference? Unisport put the rather expensive Adidas Finale official match ball which costs £100 up against little brother Finale Capitano which will set you back £18 to see how much better the official Champions League match ball actually is than the cheaper replica football and whether it's worth the money. Adidas Finale OMB vs Adidas Finale Capitano Replica football in a classic Unisport test.
What is the best football boot on the market right now in spring 2017? Today, Unisport's JayMike sits down to give you his personal Top 5 of the very best boots on the market at the moment. And there's something for everyone - including Nike, Adidas, PUMA, Mizuno and Under Armour. We'll see boots such as the Nike Mercurial Vapor 11, the Mizuno Morelia Neo Made in Japan II, the Under Armour Clutchfit 3.0, the PUMA evoPOWER Vigor and the adidas X16+ Purechaos.
It's finally here - the Unisport review of the adidas ACE17+ Purecontrol from the Camouflage Pack! Building on the hugely succesful adidas ACE16+ Purecontrol that started the whole laceless hype, the new generation of the Purecontrol is here to help you boss the game. A new, more tight construction with a Boost insole, there's plenty of innovation under the hood - but can it deliver and fix what needed to be fixed on the ACE16+?
In 2017, the market for football boots gives you plenty of options to choose from - we have leather boots, synthetic boots and even knitted football boots. Today Unisport's JayMike and Joltter discuss which of the upper materials is the best out of leather, knit and synthetic so tune in right now to hear what the conclusion is.
Joltter from Unisport takes a look at the TOP 5 football boots on the market in 2017 for players with wide feet - and as Joltter has extremely wide feet himself, this TOP 5 list should help you when deciding whether your next pair of wide football boots is from Nike, adidas or Puma.