15 responses

  1. Simon
    June 19, 2014

    Great review! Much appreciated.

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  2. VigneshwaarSrinivasan
    June 21, 2014

    Good review mate.Keep it up 🙂

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  3. virnus23
    July 23, 2014

    It is really a good review. A few suggestions:

    Could you please list a few important parameters in a table in the future review, e.g., weight, width in general (narrow or wide), size (true to size, runs short), who wears it (or suitable to what kind of player, fast, techniques, power, or forward, midfielder), release date, etc.

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  4. Jonas Felix
    October 7, 2014

    I play as DC (Forward), which one do you recommend Nike Magista Opus or Adidas Predator? 
    I have thin feet!

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  5. SoccerProDrew
    October 8, 2014

    @Jonas Felix I would think the Predator Instinct would be better for narrower feet.

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  6. Mbtc
    October 31, 2014

    A really good review, thanks!
    I just have one question, how well would the firm ground version cope in really muddy situations. is it worth me buying the fg version or would I have to use the sg’s? thanks again.

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  7. SoccerProDrew
    November 3, 2014

    @Mbtc Firm ground cleats are more versatile than SG, so unless you will be in wet and muddy situations all the time, I’d go with the FG.

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  8. Kang Jie
    November 24, 2014

    I am also a City fan. City Till I Die

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  9. AndrewWhite5
    March 6, 2015

    Hi, I’m considering purchasing these lightly used off a friend for 70 dollars. He used them for about half of a high school season, and it seems he’s taken very good care of them. You talk in the review about it molding to your foot, will it re-mold/fit to my own foot after being used by him? And what do you think about buying used kicks? Thanks.

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  10. HunterYork
    March 6, 2015

    AndrewWhite5

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  11. SOCCERDAD
    June 2, 2015

    @SoccerProDrew These are a gift for my Daughter who is starting high school soon. I’m looking for a shoe that will help her with her striking but also allow her to maximize her technical ability. Will these be a good option for her?

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  12. Drew Wendt
    June 2, 2015

    Yes, Nike created the Magista with the playmaker in mind, so they have tried to make it the best shoe possible for close touch on the ball. It’s not the lightest boot on the market, but it is remarkably comfortable.

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  13. Matt Neez
    June 30, 2015

    @SoccerProDrew I am entering my senior year of high school and play primarily defender, although obviously as a high schooler I will probably be asked to play other positions such as in the midfield as well. Would you recommend these boots for my situation? I have also looked at CTR360s, Tiempos, Adidas Nitrocharges, and Premiers

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    • Drew Wendt
      June 30, 2015

      Any of those would be great. If you like leather cleats, then obviously the Tiempo or Premier. For players that like to transition quickly from defense to offense (or vice versa), the conical studs on the Magista really come in handy. Plenty of Magista options up on SoccerPro right now…

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  14. Joe
    July 7, 2015

    These cleats are a lot narrower than the CTR360. I miss the CTR a lot. If you thought the CTR360 fit perfect and have a wide foot, these cleats are not for you.

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