Web Pick #13 – Nike ACC Football Boots


As quite a keen footballer when I was younger, and an even bigger fan, football boot technology combines two big loves of mine. In wet and windy conditions, controlling, passing and shooting can become far more difficult. Loss of friction between your feet and the ball often results in miscontrolling, slicing shots, and generally making yourself look hopeless.

Nike claim to have resolved this issue with new materials and design features on all 4 of their main boots.

Mercurial Vapor VIII
Tiempo Legend IV
CTR 360 Maestri III
Total 90 Laser IV

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About Tom McCluskey

My name is Tom, and this is my blog! I'm 19 years of age, and just beginning my 2nd year of a BSc/BA Product Design degree at Bournemouth University, UK. Otherwise, I live at home in Romford, London (not Essex!) during the summer period. Design is something I'm taking ever more seriously in life. Starting my degree, hoping to explore a field I had dabbled in with GCSE Graphics at school, design has gradually become something of an obsession. Shoe/Trainer/Sneaker design is something that particularly interests and inspires me, I'm quite the "sneakerhead", and I plan on using this blog to showcase my journey through university, and beyond. When it comes to extracurricular activities, I'm a big fan of sports, football and badminton in particular. West Ham United are my team, and you'd struggle to find a more passionate fan. Just ask my girlfriend, I was absolutely delirious when we won the play off's final against Blackpool earlier this year, COYI! Anyway, I hope you enjoy what I've got to showcase here in my blog, thanks for dropping by. Tom.
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