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  1. BootsLover
    May 4, 2014

    Last weekend, my friend brought a pair of Opus to the field and I have chance to check it. 
    To be honest, I think is way sucker than Maestri even it has KangaLite. Zones are so thin, soft and comfortable feel have gone, ball control is only half if compare with Maestri.
    Seems like there are a long long distance between Opus and previous version and with Obra.

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  2. sockeith
    May 11, 2014

    @BootsLover  hmmmmm. didn’t think any Magista’s were for sale yet????

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  3. Simon
    May 14, 2014

    Thank you, this was a much appreciated post and answered some questions for me.

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  4. Avigunner
    March 17, 2015

    I have two options NIKE HYPERVENOM PHELON FG or MAGISTA ONDA FG . my position is winger or attacting midfielder. I want one which can offer better ball control and helps in giving long passes and through balls. Help!

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    • Tod
      June 1, 2015

      Well since you play winger and attacking mid, you’d like the hypervenoms for their speed but if you want passing wise, i’d go for the magistas. Just a matter if fact which you want more. Speed or control?

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    • Little Red
      July 3, 2015

      Your position has nothing to do with what boots u should wear. Te boots dont make the player

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  5. Platinum
    March 17, 2015

    Avigunner Magista is better for control but the two shoes you’re looking at are low-end, the difference won’t really tell with either one. Just go for the better colorway or the cheaper one.

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  6. SoccerProDrew
    March 17, 2015

    Avigunner I agree with Platinum. Magista is Nike’s control boot, but the Phelon and Onda are the same price and both lower-end options, so it shouldn’t matter too much. Here’s our Phelon review if you’re interested: http://www.soccerpro.com/theinstep/nike-hypervenom-phelon-review/

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  7. Avigunner
    March 18, 2015

    Platinum  what about their durability?

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  8. Avigunner
    March 18, 2015

    SoccerProDrew  what about their durability?

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  9. Platinum
    March 18, 2015

    Avigunner Platinum they’re about the same. Both are heavy shoes that can last maybe half a season or a full season of rough heavy play.

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  10. Avigunner
    March 18, 2015

    Platinum So I will choose the one which is more comfortable . Thank you 🙂

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  11. Avigunner
    March 20, 2015

    Platinum I bought the hypervenom phelon size 10(UK)=29cm and the distance between tip of the shoe and my toe(tip) is 0.5 cm (half width of thumb) is it a good fit?
    rest all is good

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  12. Platinum
    March 20, 2015

    Avigunner Platinum It sounds like  snug fit which is good. That’s the way I like my cleats. Sme people prefer a bit more space though. It all depends on you. I like mine tighter, I feel like I can control the ball better that way.

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  13. Avigunner
    March 20, 2015

    Platinum is your cleat tighter near the toe because mine leaves some space after the toe

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  14. Platinum
    March 21, 2015

    Avigunner Platinum I guess it is.

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  15. Avigunner
    March 21, 2015

    Platinum  how much space does it leave?

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  16. Football_Girl00
    April 16, 2015

    idk wich one is better   opus or orden?  i prefer better control and receiving ball
    opus r good, but I dont have so much money 🙁  Im ofensive  midfielder

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  17. James
    August 5, 2015

    I have previously had the Onda, and I really like the fit. Does the Orden still have the same holes in the kangalite as the opus, to expose the mesh? And will I get pretty much the same fit from the Orden as I did from the Onda?

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  18. PENGUIN
    January 15, 2016

    HELP are the magistas good for dribbling

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  19. Lourent
    April 5, 2016

    Magista Onda AG; Very very light shoes! extremely flexible when turning and passing very secure! there is a difference with those and the three stripes from germany. i am surprised….

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