Believe it or not the use of football boots goes back to England VIII. Henrikéhez. His Majesty settled in the royal shopping list from the big wardrobe in 1526: "45 velvet pairs and 1 pair of pairs for football". Since then football boots have evolved into a major part of the game and are nowadays made of large quantities of material such as carbon fiber and synthetic leather.
Like football, the soccer boots themselves have undergone many changes over the years. Until 1891, rivets, blades or any other projection were not permitted. After the revision of 1891, rivets and blisters became "legal" if they were made of leather and were not larger than half a inch, these pins and blades were originally put into boots and the professional players had several pairs of pins of different lengths. I think this is the first time that football shoes have developed.
The second development came in the mid-1950s, and this is also the most controversial. History says that in 1954, Adidas, the German carrier, had the Germans with the first twisted sports shoes. But recently, Puma claimed that screws had been supplied in 1952. Even though everybody found the screw bolts, the point is that the second evolution was the invention of screw bolts.
the revolution took place roughly in the same history. Between 1950 and 1960, football hats made a huge step forward and the boots really started to influence the game. While boots were still in ankle boots in northern Europe, their main reason being called "boots", South Americans have created more flexible and lighter shoes without ankle protection, a shoe that increases control, improves flexibility and makes it faster faster turnaround times
Over the years, technological developments have allowed manufacturers to manufacture lighter boots in different colors and pin configurations. It emphasizes the worn players wearing Puma King like Pelé at the 1970 World Championships and one of Adidas Copa Mundial's most popular football boots.
We can not talk about the development of football boots without mentioning Craig Johnston, the creator of Adidas Predator. Johnston revolutionized the soccer shoes market with shoes that provided more grip between the ball and the boot and the boot and the ground Adidas Predator were born. On large contact surfaces, a range of power and grinding zones allow gamers to create better clicks and stronger stride when reaching so-called "sweet spots." No wonder the Adidas Predator series is still produced today.
Johnston's creation was just the tip of the iceberg. Polymer extrusion technologies and other materials allowed the creation of more flexible soles; replaced the nike with blades that produced a more stable base for the players.
Nike also played an important role in developing "soccer" with the first shoe, the Nike Mercurial foam, which weighs only 200 g. football boots evolves in every season with state-of-the-art technology and design. Each of them aims to protect and improve player performance.
Highlights the lottery Zero Gravity boots on rotating pins, which reduces the risk of injury, improves speed and stability. The carbon fiber plate and the adaptive pin that can be extended and retracted up to 3 mm are both on Nike's latest soccer shoe Mercurial Superfly II