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Here is How to Choose Football Boots for Wide Feet

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Got big and wide feet? Unlike before that used to be a problem. It was harder to find football boots for big and wide feet.  

These days, many brands are offering boots to also cater to wider feet.  We will provide you with a list of those brands that you can try out for your feet. 

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Nike Premier 2.0 – Charming and functional

The Nike Premier 2.0 is a classic kangaroo leather construction. It has an old-school tongue that covers the laces. Because this shoe uses kangaroo leather, it stretches to the shape of your feet. 

The tongue also enables you to easily slip in and out of the boots. The suede lining around the help also gives that luxurious feel. It keeps the feet on a good lockdown feel. 

While playing football, the touch on the ball feels soft. The FG studs are short. This is the reason why the shoes are suitable for AG pitches. 

With the Nike Premier 2.0 price, it is considered to be a value-for-money boots. 

Adidas X19.1 – Fit for speed

It is wide enough and can suit most people. It is also incredibly comfortable. This is because Adidas X19.1 has a thin layer of foam around the upper. This gives that light padded feeling. 

Adidas X19.1 is a speed boot. Why? It is built and designed to improve acceleration and speed. It carries exceptional technology to produce game-changing football boots. It uses one of the best heel lockdowns. It is due to its good amount of padding around the heel. Being lightweight shoes, Adidas X19.1 is equipped with the FG/AG outsole, which serves you with the great toe-off traction

This shoe also uses premium materials and technology. This was even further refined in this latest edition. This then gives you the best um performance and comfort.

The Adidas X19.1 is a great buy for anyone regardless of your position or preference. Whether you are a casual or a professional football player, the Adidas X19.1 is good for you. 

Adidas Predator 20.1 Low – All-time favorite

The Predator series is a classic football boots. It has been around for 25 years. Football legends like David Beckham, Zinedine  Zidene, and Steven Gerrard have worn the Adidas Predator. 

The newest edition, Adidas Predator 20.1 Low, has a wide forefoot. But what is good about it is that it has a narrow midfoot. This shoe is good for those with wide feet but with a high arch. The Adidas Predator 20.1 Low is also good for those with medium to narrow midfoot. 

The Predator has the Demonskins Spikes. These rubber spikes provide a good grip during football play. 

These boots are also very lightweight. It just weighs 235g for the US size of 9.5. It is like wearing speed boots too.

Puma Future 5.1 – For All out comfort and performance

Famous superstar players like Antoine Grizzman, Marco Reus, and Luis Suarez wore Puma Future 5.1. 

These football boots are built to break apart defenses. It has the flexible evoKNIT upper to help improve agility. When playing football, this gives you the quick feet as you leave the opposition trailing behind you. 

The Puma Future 5.1 retains the innovative Netfit system.  This is a groundbreaking lacing system. This allows customizing the lacing for a very one-to-one and personal fit. As a result, this provides the ultimate comfort for your wide feet. 

Also, the Puma Future 5.1 has the best collar in the business. It offers the right amount of compression around the ankle. This is why you won’t feel that much restriction around your ankle. It also has one of the best-knitted materials on the rest of the boot. This gives the allowance to stretch. This keeps your feet locked giving you comfort

Mizuno Monarcida 2 Neo (MiJ) – Long-lasting. Lightweight

The Monarcida 2 Neo is durable. These Japanese made shoes have improved its longevity. It is also a speed boot. It has that slightly padded leather upper. This molds to your feet. The Mizuno Monarcida 2 Neo gives the natural touch while playing football. 

These boots feel solid.  It feels protective around your feet. Yet, it is incredibly lightweight. It weighs only 185g. 

Another benefit of using these shoes is its rubberized lip. This helps prevent the leather from easily wearing out. It has a good grip outsole also. So it can save you from the extra expense of buying grip socks. 

ASICS DS Light 3 – Hard ground compatible

Asians tend to have wider feet. This is especially true for the Japanese. That is why if you have wider feet, try searching first for a Japanese brand. 

The ASICS DS Light 3 is wide. It even has a wider version that fits up to 3E widths. This shoe has a non-stitched leather + foam cage combo. This type became a huge fad some years back. The leather may feel a bit like plastic though. 

The ASICS DS Light 3 is affordable. It is a versatile type of shoe with its HG soleplate. It is perfect for both natural grass and AG. 

Ready to Buy?

Hope this list gives you extensive information on what type of football boots go for your wide feet. Do you now have a choice to buy for your wide feet? These are some of the brands you can use for football. Choose football boots that you deem best for your feet based.  Select based on your desired look, position in football, and budget. 

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