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42 Comments

Nathan Jedrej

May 26, 2020

And they last unlike the new fashion jobbies.

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Nathan Jedrej

May 26, 2020

Steve mcmanaman refused sponsorship so he could wear world cups and copa mondials.

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yrureadingthisname

May 26, 2020

I love them so much that mundial goals are and forever will be my day to day shoe. Fit and comfort can’t be beat! I got a stock pile just in case adidas gets any ideas 😉

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Latipah Mowlani

May 26, 2020

Hahahaha! Mundial soccer!

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Raymond

May 26, 2020

Makes perfect sense Josh! It's a paradox!

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Caleb Caton

May 26, 2020

conical studs don’t give as good control and acceleration as chevron or half circle studs, Nike research shows

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BramFRFC1908

May 26, 2020

Copa are the most worn boots in especially the lower leagues in the Netherlands.

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Marrion Lulu

May 26, 2020

a referee's favourite boot am i right?

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elflakeador09

May 26, 2020

Buying copa mundials you know its money well spent and your getting guaranteed top quality.😉

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Sterling Nelson

May 26, 2020

Tommy Thompson from the San Jose earthquakes… he recently stopped but wore them from age 4-24…

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Daniel Dat Boi

May 26, 2020

I love Copas and I’m young soooo yeah, also I love the kaiser 5 I love them

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Walker Jernigan

May 26, 2020

weight

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The Man in the Motorcycle Mask

May 26, 2020

Best Shoes: Adidas Copa Mundial, Nike Premier, and Puma King. The Mercurials, New Tiempos, New Predators and synthetic shoes in general just arent what they pretend to be. Theyre over priced, they rip easily, and like most new things compared to older things they arent built to last.

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Ludvig Norell

May 26, 2020

I have them they are good but a little heavy i like light boots so not the best for Me but they are good apart from that 💪👍🏼

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MDKVideo

May 26, 2020

If it's not broke, why fix it

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LewisAlcindor

May 26, 2020

I started playing soccer in summer 2018, and decided to get a cheap used pair of soccer boots. (Used is right – the previous owner never even cleaned off some grass). I never bothered to research what I got, but every time I played, the callouses on my bunions would be screaming in pain, partly because it was summer and my feet swelled up more, but mostly because it was a narrow tapered boot made of non stretchable uppers (it was an Adidas F10 TRX FG).

The pain was so bad that I didn't want to play as much anymore. (Also, the other players complained when I stepped on them because of the hard rubber/plastic cleats – it seemed to be a soft surface boot).

So I was driving by a soccer/futbol store and decided to stop in to see what boots they had. I had researched some wider front box boots before, but was still unsure of what to buy. I told the store's owner my predicament, and he immediately suggested the Cops Mudials.

He asked my size (12-12.5, US) and provided an 11.5, explaining that soccer boots need to be reasonably tight to provide better ball control, and that the K-leather will stretch out over time. He felt my toes inside, and said I needed a smaller size. We eventually settled down on a size 10.5, which felt kinda tight in the store. But I trusted his advice that it would stretch out, and he said I could come back and exchange for an 11 if I worked them at home for a bit before playing and decided they were too tight before playing.

And by golly, this is a great boot. What a fantastic suggestion by the store owner. My bunion callouses have actually shrunk significantly since I've played in these, and have never been in pain. My ball control is significantly improved naturally, considering I never practice and only play on games (looking to practice drills more in near future).

The only downsides:
– the price. I was looking to spend no more than $50-60 American, and ended up spending $125. I have literally never spent more on any sports equipment, but for my foot health and comfort, they were well worth it.
– the sides tend to stretch over a game, and need retightening periodically.

Otherwise, these are a great pair of beginner boots – the golden standard -, but also great for advanced players as well. And they're especially great for wider feet because the K-leather stretches over time.

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Stefan Carlsson

May 26, 2020

Adidas Wembley was the predecessor to Mudial, outstanding shoe.

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David McQueen

May 26, 2020

Because it doesn’t need selling – marketing 101

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Joey Bravado

May 26, 2020

I tried making the transition to newer colorful high technology cleats a few times but they never have that feeling to them like a pair of Copa Mundials or Puma kings. They might not be that flashy but they feel right and get the job done

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azremy latiff

May 26, 2020

the best ever boots..copa mundial and lotto stadio2…very soft leather

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fiction9201

May 26, 2020

How can you see the difference between a fake and leggit copa mundial?

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Raief Sardar

May 26, 2020

I wear a copa mundial
And i'm happy i'm realy
Thankfull about it😎😎⚽️🥅

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Sloghen

May 26, 2020

How do Copa compare to let's say a new modern synthetic boot for 100$? I'm thinking about buying a pair of Copa but don't know if their worth it when I can buy a modern 2018/2019 model?

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Defug Defugel

May 26, 2020

My father had copa Mundial and played on them for a while,15 years later i ripped my predator,and didnt had the time to buy New ones…i took those copa and it was perfect even after all those years..

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Big Bobby Bushay

May 26, 2020

Only boot still made in Germany? They don't want to send off shore for manufacturing as they want to keep standards high. Yet all the latest Adidas boots are made in Asia. Copa is best boot ever.

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ham and cheese

May 26, 2020

A few of the German 2006 winning World Cup side wore world cups/mundials.

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Tardy

May 26, 2020

I wear them and there great

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Ross Lindley

May 26, 2020

One of the very few boots that work for wide feet and for players with toes that have not been squeezed together by years of wearing restrictive modern footwear. Almost all the boots out there are very narrow in the toe box and mold your foot to the boot, rather than vice-versa. The Copa Mundial is soooo comfortable.

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elflakeador09

May 26, 2020

Greatest boots out there

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unknown

May 26, 2020

Cuz they are ugli as fuck.

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Miguelito

May 26, 2020

Simple. Football players are sponsored by brands and they are encouraged to wear the newest releases.

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dt 1792

May 26, 2020

Your second point….its all about the $$$…its all about sales….classic copas can be just as well as the latest boots. New designs are made to make more $$$….it's the shooter, not the arrow. haha

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c 28

May 26, 2020

My friends are wearing copas and it seems like he enjoyed theme⚽️👏🏽

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c 28

May 26, 2020

I love you josh 👍🏽💸⚽️. Btw i am not gay

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Sir Brat

May 26, 2020

Adidas Copa Mundial and Puma King are both iconic boots that have a cult following. I'm 38 and i do have mates that still wore these boots during our sunday league games.

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h t

May 26, 2020

I like em I wear them for rugby really comfortable and that alone helps me perform to my full potential with no disturbance or worry about break in and stuff like that🙏❤💯🔥🔥🔥

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Lilsedative

May 26, 2020

If i was a pro i would wear copas fuck a contract for boots

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kranmaster

May 26, 2020

I can't believe these companies have been able to dupe people into buying synthetic garbage, that is a fraction of the production cost of high end leather shoes, at 3 times the price.

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Eduardo Arcieri

May 26, 2020

Pro players didn't use it cause Adidas didn't need it. Copa is the most boot ever sold, so marketing is for other boots. Muy simple.

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Zanskar Blair

May 26, 2020

hey its josh from soccer reviews for you dot com…..so classic gets me every time

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ByAnn

May 26, 2020

They were made to play with leather balls. That is why they are out of date. There is no traction(friction) between them and the new balls.
The effect is as if your shoes have been covered with wax.

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ByAnn

May 26, 2020

The new synthetic balls are sliding on it. There is absolutely no traction.
Maybe they used to work well with leather balls that are not used any more.
Also, kicking with force with those shoes is almost like kicking with a bare foot.
It is a boot for anyone that does not have to kick the ball.
If you want to "feel" the ball even better? Then play with fabric shoes or sandals.

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