The Puma King made its debut in the late 1960s and is one of the classics still around today. It’s gone through redesigns, updates, and bright colorways but the boot sported by the likes of Pele, Eusebio, and whole host of Football’s other big names.
The Nike Tiempo made its debut at the 1994 World Cup Final played at the Rose Bowl in California. Nike handed the boots to ten players in the match, contested between Italy and Brazil with the latter eventually taking the prize on penalties. 20 years on, the Tiempo is a mainstay of Nike’s lineup and one of the world’s most popular boots.
The adidas Copa Mundial has been pretty much unchanged since its release in 1982. It is the best selling soccer (football) boot of all time, having been worn by a number of the game’s legends since its initial launch more than 30 years ago. The boot remains a fan favorite for players young old thanks to its reliable build, comfortable materials, and classic style.