5. Puma Kings
Just like its name, Puma Kings product line is favored by the “King of football” as Pele, Maradona or Johan Cruyff.
First released in 1968, the Puma King is the shoe used in the sport of the longest surviving to this day. With the upper natural leather, the seam and shoelace layout system gives the user a smooth and comfortable feel as possible.
With waterproof soft leather, heavily protected heels and precisely designed toe caps, the 1970 Puma King shoe helped Brazilians win the 1970 World Cup.
6. Nike Air Zoom Total 90 III
As one of the product lines that made Nike a successful era, Nike Air Zoom Total 90 III made it possible for the stars of 1998-2002 like Luis Figo and Roberto Carlos to feel comfortable to show their skills on the field. grass during more than 90 minutes of play. By 2004, this product line was “crucified” with the names of Paulo Maldini, Rooney, Henry and even Messi.
The Nike Air Zoom Total 90 III is the first line of sneakers that has no tongue and is one of Nike’s final products that aren’t specifically designed for a spot on the field. From defenders, midfielders to strikers, you can use Nike Air Zoom Total 90 III shoes.
7. Adidas Copa Mundial
With an unimpressive design, if not simple, the Adidas Copa Mundial has survived, even in the top of the best selling shoes in the world since 1979, when this product was released. debut for the first time.
100% Kangaroo leather material helps the user to get the great ball feeling, suitable for all playing positions on the pitch, whether defender, midfielder, striker or even goalkeeper. Although the design is quite classic, Adidas Copa Mundial continues to be the preferred choice of many players.
Many legends of the football world around the world consider Adidas Copa Mundial as the launching pad in their careers such as “Emperor” Franz Beckenbauer, Eric Cantona, Michel Platini, Paolo Rossi or Mario Kempes.