here is the list of the best selling football boots of 2018

  1. Gosha rubchinsiy x adidas predator
  2. It wouldn’t be a proper ranking without one of the World Cup’s most iconic silhouettes: the Predator. Although the old days of leather adidas Predators are long gone, the new generation is no slouch either and well worthy of the top spot in our ranking. This particular model was designed by Russian designer Gosha Rubchinskiy and is heavily inspired by Russia’s national colors.

  3. nike mercurial superfly "naija"
  4. Modeled after the beautiful, record-breaking Nigeria home jersey , this Mercurial 360 is a sight to behold. How could we not include this slice of magnificence? The neon green contrasts perfectly with the hits of white, and we wouldn’t be surprised if this boot is considered a classic down the line.

  5. adidas Glitch 2.0 “World Cup” pack
  6. Remember the adidas F50 Tunits? The new Glitch pack is that on steroids. Offering customizable boot skins that mean you only have to buy one pair of boots but can take to the field with a new look every time, adidas has put together this dope pack for the2018 world cup. Comprising patriotic skins for players from England, Russia, Germany, and France, the Glitch pack is available via adidas’ glitch app

  7. Nike Tiempo 2018
  8. Part of Nike’s “World Cup 2018” pack, this white rendition of the Swoosh’s classic silhouette oozes class, with a clean white upper accentuated by metallic silver and blue finishes. The heel counter contains a triangle with 32 lines, one for each country in the tournament — showing Nike cares about the details even on the most minimalist of designs.

  9. PUMA FUTURE “Illuminate” pack
  10. PUMA’s most technologically advanced boot yet, the FUTURE 2.1 is designed to represent the gray matter of the world’s most creative players. It also has the first truly customizable fit, featuring NETFIT technology, which allows the wearer to lace their boots in any way they want. Oh, and the silver/turquoise colorway is pretty nice, too.

  11. adidas X 18+ “Energy Mode”
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  13. New Balance “Otruska”
  14. New Balance might not be a household name when it comes to soccer boots, but with its upgraded Tekela and Furon 4.0 silhouettes,the New England brand is definitely knocking on the door. The white and flame red colorway is a nod to the host country’s national colors, combining for a sleek, minimalist look.

  15. Virgil Abloh x Nike Mercurial 360 Vapor
  16. Another Nike boot, another Mercurial. This one is designed by none other than Virgil Abloh. Although never good enough to play in a 2018 world cup himself, Abloh played the game when he was younger. The designer is a big football fan and the sport has formed a big part of his recent work, too. The spots on these boots represent the optimal “strike zone” for hitting the ball.

  17. Mizuno “Passion Red”
  18. Mizuno is always good for a classy boot. For this year’s World Cup, the Japanese brand has decided to go with an all-red approach. Worn by Japan stars Keisuke Hondaand shinji okazaki, the “Passion Red” collection comprises the Morelia II, Rebula 2, and Morelia Neo II..

  19. Nike Mercurial Superfly 360
  20. For boot fiends, no World Cup would be complete without a new version of Nike’s Mercurial. In fact, as you’ll find out later in this list, we’ve been treated to more than just one this time around. This “Just Do It” colorway sees the boot first made famous by the OG ronaldo at France ’98 draped in a matte white Flyknit from the ankle to the sole, with a bright orange stud plate and matching Swoosh branding.