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Without a Contract Since Several Months - Here Is Dybala's Full Boot History From 2011-2017

Likely the most popular player who is without a boot contact currently is Argentina and Juventus forward Paulo Dybala. Let's take a look at the complete football boot history of the 23-year old, who has been playing for three teams in his career so far (Instituto de Córdoba, Palermo and Juventus).



Paulo Dybala Makes Debut as Professional Wearing Nike Tiempo Boots




Paulo Dybala made his first match as professional wearing the Nike Tiempo Legend III football boot. However, he soon said goodbye to the modern heritage silo and switched to the more fitting Nike Mercurial football boots line.

Dybala x Nike Mercurial Vapor SuperFly III

October 2013 - Dybala Switches From Nike Mercurial to Nike Hypervenom Boot Silo


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In Fall 2013, when playing for Palermo in Italy's Serie B, Paulo Dybala switched to Nike's brand-new Nike Hypervenom Phantom football boot. He should laced up in Nike's new agility / strikers boot silo for several months.

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Paulo Dybala laced up in Nike CTR360 Maestri football boots in Summer 2014

Paulo Dybala returned to Nike Mercurial football shoes in Summer 2014, which he should wear in the following years. He oped for the revolutionary high-cut Nike Mercurial Superfly IV soccer shoes that were launched ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

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February 2017 - Dybala Blackouts Nike Mercurial Superfly Boots & Add Own Logo to Boots




In February 2017, Paulo Dybala totally surprisingly blacked-out his Nike Mercurial Superfly V soccer cleats as his contract with Nike expired. Soon after that, he added his brand-new logo on the blackout Nike Mercurial Superfly soccer cleats.

Paulo Dybala Switches Between Blackout Adidas & Puma Boots



In June 2017, Paulo Dybala switched to blackout Adidas X 17+ Purespeed football boots, creating rumors that he could join Adidas officially soon. Some weeks later, he switched to blackout Puma One 18.1 soccer cleats, while he has been switching between the Adidas X 17+ and the Puma 18.1 since then.

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Paulo Dybala laced up in the Adidas X 17+ Purespeed boots in Argentina's most recent training session

Which brand do you think Paulo Dybala will join? Let us know in the comments below.