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5 most durable football boots 2023

Tough and ready to rumble, these durable football boots will last you more than one season.

most durable football boots 2023

Ahhh, the joy of pulling on your new football boots for their first minutes on the turf. The feeling’s unmatched.

Nothing spoils that joy faster though, than looking down after a few games and seeing your big toe poking out of the side.

Durability doesn’t appear to be the main concern for manufacturers and brands, with lightweight, thinner boot options arriving regularly.

But it’s important to those of us who value our hard-earned cash, and we demand a little more bang for our buck.

In a bid to make your money go further, we’re here to run through the most durable football boots you can get today.

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Puma King (Ultimate)

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The newest release from a long line of Puma King boots is as tough as, well, old boots.

Their synthetic K-BETTER uppers are even more durable than the k-leather on the classic Top Di, which is another hardwearing option.

This premium ‘Ultimate’ version will allow you to play in training and matches for much longer than a single season.

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Nike Premier 3

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We could have opted for the Tiempo, but the Nike Premier 3 offers unbelievable value for under £100.

Trusted k-leather uppers make for a soft and supple fit, but that doesn’t mean they’re soft in terms of longevity.

Perfect for the more casual player, the value is clear to see vs. the premium models on the market. It’s a real snip, this one.

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adidas Copa Mundial

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Do we even need to jabber on about the Copa Mundial? Everyone knows that you can keep them in the bag for the best part of a decade.

Stitched soleplates that won’t come loose, partnered with k-leather that’ll take one hell of a hammering before it gives in.

Year upon year, this is a classic that will never let you down.

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Mizuno Morelia Neo 3 (Made In Japan)

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When we talk about premium boots, this is what we mean. But the priciest boots on the market are also worth it.

The Mizuno Morelia has long been known for the craftsmanship that goes into every pair, and the quality of materials they contain will be no surprise either.

Sturdy k-leather and precise manufacturing to the mm, means this boot won’t break down after a long, tough season.

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adidas Predator Accuracy (+, .1 & .1 Low)

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In recent years, adidas Predators have been built to last. The Mutator, Freak, Edge and now the adidas Predator Accuracy all have durability in their veins.

Made with synthetic uppers, they’ll take studs for fun and scrapes can be wiped clean with relative ease. Even the Primeknit collaring stretches and returns.

It’s a boot which errs on the side of ‘heavy’ compared to other modern releases, but that just adds to its power and durability.

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So, there you have it. That’s our selection of the most durable football boots on the market today.

If durability and value are what you’re looking for, you’ll find plenty of options in our extensive football boot range.

Kevan Thorpe

Quintessential grassroots journeyman. I've had more "you look like Gareth Barry" comments than I have career goals.