Unisport boot spots | Summer break doesn't mean less boots


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It may be the football summer holidays, but there is still plenty of football to watch and boots to spot. Join us, as we look at what good stuff we could dig up.

Jeremy Toljan (Germany U21) - Nike Magista Obra Hyper Grape

While most people’s attention might be on the Confederations Cup in Russia, the U21 European Championship has reached the semifinal stages. Germany are among the final four and helping them reach that stage was Jeremy Toljan, who pulled on a pair of the Hyper Grape version of the first generation Nike Magista Obra. An all-time favourite Magista colourway of ours for sure!

Pepe (Portugal) - Umbro Medusae

Over the last few months, the rumours of Pepe leaving Real Madrid have gone from likely to pretty much 100% certain. His hair has been growing just as fast as those rumours too it seems. For now, his focus is purely on performing for Portugal, which he is doing in a pair of Umbro Medusae. One of the most underrated football boots in the world. Super soft leather and nice fit, once they are broken in!

Jonathan Dos Santos (Mexico) - adidas 11Pro AdiPure blackout

Forever faithful to black boots! Jonathan Dos Santos doesn’t care much for a boot contract worth millions and continues to blackout some of his favourite football boots, so he can use them freely. He is currently picking up a pair of old blackouted 11Pro AdiPure, which he has also had in his rotation before. The studs and soleplate give the boot away as the discontinued adidas leather silo.

Jean Beausejour (Chile) - Under Armour Clutchfit 3.0 Hi-Vis

Yet to be released, but about to be one of our favourite control boots around. You can find the Under Armour Clutchfit 3.0 Hi-Vis on our site in a few days, but until then you just have to enjoy them on the feet of Jean Beausejour, as Chile play in the Confed Cup semi-finals.

Joseph Ondoa (Cameroon) - PUMA One

The ONE is already making a mark on the pitch, after PUMA decided to ditch the evoSPEED and evoTOUCH in its favour. Joseph Ondoa had a pretty busy time against Germany and was a big reason why the scoreline only read 3-1, when the final whistle mercifully sounded. Got the matching gloves too, which might have been why he kept so many shots out.