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Covering all positions and surfaces, our expertly curated selection of men’s football boots from adidas, Nike and Puma, feature the latest in trainer tech to elevate your control on the field – from soft and firm ground to AstroTurf pitches. Shop game-changing men’s football boots now.
Sizes in stock: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Sizes in stock: 6, 8, 9, 10, 11
Sizes in stock: 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 12
Sizes in stock: 6, 8, 9, 10
Sizes in stock: 4, 5, 7, 10, 12
Sizes in stock: 4, 8, 8.5, 9, 11, 12
Sizes in stock: 4, 6, 7, 9, 11
Sizes in stock: 4, 6, 9
Sizes in stock: 11
Sizes in stock: 4, 9, 10
Sizes in stock: 4, 6
Sizes in stock: 6, 10
Sizes in stock: 5, 12
Sizes in stock: 6
As a general rule of thumb, your football boots should be reasonably tight on your feet while still feeling comfortable and they should have around a centimetre or so of room at the front. This fit will help make sure your next pair of men’s football boots feel secure when you’re wearing them and that your toes don’t get squashed at the ends.
The last thing you want is for them to come off mid-dribble or to send shockwaves of pain down your toes whenever you kick the ball.
The simple truth is that your new football boots should be the right size for your feet as nowadays the majority of top brands make boots that are true to size. If you’re unsure you should get your feet measured first before you buy a pair.
However, if you’re planning on doubling up on trainer and ankle socks, or you’ll be wearing thick football socks, you may want to consider getting them half a size up to give you a little extra room.
Whether you have studs or moulded blades depends on your style of play and the playing surface.
Studs – also known as ‘conical studs’ – are said to provide more cushioning for your feet and can make it easier for you to swivel and turn. Moulded blades on the other hand make you cover more surface area with better traction, boosting your ability to accelerate. Both of these can be used on firm ground, but studs tend to be better on soft ground as they penetrate the turf and give you more stability.
There are some restrictions on what you can and can’t wear on artificial surfaces, so which option you go for should also depend on where you’ll be using them the most.