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I want to get a pair of good football boots for grass games, but which type should I get? Budget of no more than £40 preferably!
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I want to get a pair of good football boots for grass games, but which type should I get? Budget of no more than £40 preferably!
adidas predator - i think you can get the cheapest version for around 40 pounds on sale adidas predators really rock, the rubber patch on the boot makes swerving freekicks much better, as shown by beckham

however if there are none for sale get the nike zoom60
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To get 'good' boots, leather ones, you need to pay a little more unfortunately. You'll probably be able to find a pair in a sale though
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adidas predator - i think you can get the cheapest version for around 40 pounds on sale adidas predators really rock, the rubber patch on the boot makes swerving freekicks much better, as shown by beckham

however if there are none for sale get the nike zoom60
i mean the nike zoom total 90, there are cheap versions as well only around 20 quid
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adidas predator - i think you can get the cheapest version for around 40 pounds on sale adidas predators really rock, the rubber patch on the boot makes swerving freekicks much better, as shown by beckham

however if there are none for sale get the nike zoom60
How much are the nike zoom60s? I don't want to spend too much cos it's from my student loan. The boots won't be cheaper if you are size 5, will they?
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Try eBay, cheap and cheerful or what!?

Probably the Total 90s or the Mercurial Vapors (Ronaldo has them in blue)...

If you want cheap, Umbro it is...
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Try eBay, cheap and cheerful or what!?

Probably the Total 90s or the Mercurial Vapors (Ronaldo has them in blue)...

If you want cheap, Umbro it is...
go to a sports shop preferably a big one, check out the cheap version of 'adidas predator', i think there might be some for sale.

lol yea mercurial vapor is very cool but i advise you not to wear it unless you are a striker, it is very small and uncomfortable for me, not ideal for tackling..etc
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go to a sports shop preferably a big one, check out the cheap version of 'adidas predator', i think there might be some for sale.

lol yea mercurial vapor is very cool but i advise you not to wear it unless you are a striker, it is very small and uncomfortable for me, not ideal for tackling..etc
I play midfield, sometimes striker, so I guess not the mercurial vapour then.
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i mean the nike zoom total 90, there are cheap versions as well only around 20 quid
Are they good?
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I play midfield, sometimes striker, so I guess not the mercurial vapour then.
Plus they'd probably trample on your budget, I'd go for the Total 90s if you could. Worn by Totti, Roberto Carlos, Henry (or does Henry wear Mercurial...)...
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Plus they'd probably trample on your budget, I'd go for the Total 90s if you could. Worn by Totti, Roberto Carlos, Henry (or does Henry wear Mercurial...)...
How much are the total 90s?
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How much are the total 90s?
I just tried looking at kitbag.com, you don't wanna go there...

Don't know how much the high street would have them for, best to look.
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When you get home with your new boots, put them on in a bath full of water. They will fit much better as they'll mould to your feet. Clean your boots after every play, and use dubbin' after as well.
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When you get home with your new boots, put them on in a bath full of water. They will fit much better as they'll mould to your feet. Clean your boots after every play, and use dubbin' after as well.
Ahh, I always forget tp clean my boots. *Makes a meantal reminder*. What's dubbin'?
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Ahh, I always forget tp clean my boots. *Makes a meantal reminder*. What's dubbin'?
Dubbin' is some special wax for football boots. You can find tins of it in sports shops, near the football boots.
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Plus they'd probably trample on your budget, I'd go for the Total 90s if you could. Worn by Totti, Roberto Carlos, Henry (or does Henry wear Mercurial...)...
henry indeed wears mercurial
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