Worst Boot: Copa Gore Tex - 2018 Footy Headlines Boot Awards

Saturday, 29 December 2018
Voting has finished and the results are in. Having counted all votes, the controversial Adidas Copa Mid Gore Tex boots have taken the first place with a whopping 26% of votes. Following on places 2 and 3 are the Umbro UX Accuro II and the Puma ONE 18 Frenzy.

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Yesterday, we asked you to vote for the Best Football Boot of 2018. Today we want to know from you which was the worst soccer cleat of 2018.

There have been a lot of football boots released this year. The most of them were rather good, but there are some releases that we don't like at all. We have made a pre-selection of 10 football boots of 2018 we didn't like - because of its design, its tech or the boot release was not needed at all.

Adidas Nemeziz Lone Hunter

Adidas' first boot release of 2018. The Lone Hunter Pack was not worn by any player, and it seems certain that Adidas will never release a remake of the Nemeziz boot of the collection.

Umbro UX Accuro II

The second-gen Umbro UX Accuro football boot does not look like a high-quality, top-tier boot of 2018 despite it should be.

Adidas Copa 18.1 Team Mode

The Adidas Copa 18 football boot was released in a few awful colorways, and luckily Adidas has replaced the Copa 18 generation with the all-new Copa 19.

Nike Phantom VSN Maroon Colorway

The Rising Fire maroon colorway of the Nike Phantom VSN football boot was not looking so great and also featured a slightly different upper than all the other Phantom Vision releases - you should not to that, Nike.

Adidas Nemeziz 18 Spectral Mode

The Adidas Nemeziz Spectral Mode edition is colored ash silver and already in the outlets.

Adidas Copa Mid Gore-Tex

The Adidas Copa Mid Gore-Tex was the strangest release of the year, and that by far. The boot came out after the launch of the next-gen Adidas Copa, something that should not happen. The boot was originally even scheduled for late 2017...

Nike Mercurial Superfly What The

Inspired by the iconic 2016 Nike What The Mercurial, the Nike Mercurial Superfly 'What The' soccer cleats were looking almost just as blackouts. The sole plate made them look better, however.

Puma One 18.1 Freezy Pack

The garish look of the Puma One 18.1 Freezy Pack boots does just not fit a leather comfort & touch boot.

Adidas Glitch 18 Exterskin

Adidas released dozen of colorways for the interchangeable Adidas Glitch. We not remember all, but the Adidas Glitch 18 Exterskin were likely one of the worst.

Nike CR7 China Edition

If you missed it, it is no huge surprise. Nike has released a Nike CR7 China Edition that was not worn by Ronaldo himself ever...

What was your favorite football boot of 2018? Do you look forward to next year's boots? Let us know in the comments below.
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