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    High Top

    Football boots with sock-like extension above the ankle level for added protection and support. the best high top fooball boots.

    Mid Top

    Football boots that offer coverage until the ankle level for extra stability. See the best mid top football boots.

    Low Top

    Traditional football boots without collars or extensions for maximum mobility. See the best low top football boots.

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    Choosing the best collar height is a matter of personal preference and is not dependent on the type of surface played. More info here

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    Firm Ground

    Football boots that provide rotational and aggressive traction on firm or dry natural grass. See the best FG boots.


    Football boots with flat, anti-slip rubber outsole great for indoor courts. See the best IC boots.


    Football boots with durable rubber outsole designed for excellent grip on short-piled synthetic grass. See the best Turf boots.

    Artificial Grass

    Low-profile, hollow-studded football boots intended for long-piled synthetic grass. See the best AG boots.


    Football boots built for street, dirt, concrete and polished pitches and also doubles as a casual wear. See the best Street football boots.

    Flexible Ground

    Football boots that are built for more than one type of surface. See the best Flexible Ground Football boots.

  • Collection
    Adidas Copa

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    Football boots are often categorized by brands into different collections based on their distinct purpose such as boots for Speed, Power or Control.

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86 / 100 based on 2 expert reviews

  • 85 / 100 | Soccer Reviews For You

    It also feels bulky for the style of shoe that it is. The upper features taurus leather, a calfskin material. Although it feels thicker than the K-leather, it still feels pretty close in terms of softness. It gets the job done as far as performance is concerned. All in all, for $110-120, I think you can find much better options out there.

  • 90 / 100 | Footy Insight

    In my opinion, this mid-tier model resembles the old Adidas Gloro line. The toe portion has a very nice calf leather material. The synthetic material for the midfoot and heel areas holds its shape more and gives more rigidity. Overall, it is a comfortable shoe out of the box.

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  • The Adidas Copa 17.2 features a premium Taurus leather in the forefoot area, which offers a snug fit. It also ensures minimal water uptake. Just like the full-grain leather found in the durable Adidas Samba Classic, Taurus leather is also built to last.
  • This football boot features a flexible soleplate that moves comfortably along with the movement of the foot.
  • Lastly, the Adidas Copa 17.2 has a conical stud layout that provides increased traction on firm, natural grass. This configuration is similar to other classic heritage boots such as the Nike Premier II Firm Ground.

With the soft leather in the toe box area, the Adidas Copa 17.2 can provide some stretch after the break-in period. However, it is recommended to go a half size bigger because it has a naturally tight fit. This football boot is available in sizes 6 to 13 in men’s version only.

The Adidas Copa 17.2 has a lightweight soleplate which is similar to that of the Adidas Gloro 16.1 model. It is flexible and follows the movement of the foot for optimal comfort and responsiveness.

The stud pattern is the same as all the other Adidas cleats. There are four conical studs at the back, three on both sides at the front, and one in the middle. They provide enhanced traction and rotational stability, especially on firm grounds.

The full-grain calfskin leather in the forefoot area is a little bit thicker than kangaroo leather but comes pretty close where softness is concerned. It also stretches and follows the shape of the foot with continued use. The leather acts as a padding when shooting and dribbling the ball. It holds up in all weather conditions as well.

The Adidas Copa 17.2 also uses a synthetic leather-like material in the midfoot area. It provides a certain amount of stiffness that does not translate to a good overall feel of the ball.

The heel area has an internal counter and a good amount of padding for support. On the outside, it is covered by a mesh-based synthetic material that helps keep the football shoe retain its shape.

This football boot uses a straight up lacing system and a synthetic leather tongue. It has a memory foam that runs through the middle.

The insole, which is glued to the shoe from the midfoot forward, offers a good amount of underfoot cushion.

  • Blue Blast Pack

As part of the Blue Blast Pack, the Adidas Copa 17.2 FG is dressed in blue and white with black accents. Aside from the Copa 17 silo, this special colorway is also available in the X 16, Messi 16, and Ace 17 series. It is designed for the aggressive players who want to control the game but does not want to appear too loud on the pitch.

  • Football fans can have their Adidas Copa 17.2 customized with their names and flags for a minimal fee.
  • This soccer cleat’s design is inspired by the famous Adidas Copa Mundial.
  • It weighs 9.2 ounces for a size 9 US, making it 1.7 ounces heavier than its predecessor.