Copa Mundial Cleats
Looking for a great functioning and stylish looking cleat? Look no further! The Adidas Copa Mundial has set the standard for cleats for over twenty years! It's also one of the best cleats for midfielders.
The most popular soccer shoe of the past 20 years, and for good reason. Its perfect fit and comfort have made it the top choice of soccer players at all levels. It features a durable kangaroo leather upper with adidas' signature three stripe detail, a full lace up closure, and a lightly padded collar for additional support and comfort. This sleek shoe also features synthetic linings, a removable cushioned insole, and a high abrasion cleated outsole for premium footing on the field.
Available in sizes: 4-15 Men's US
Real Reviews, Real People
I have been playing soccer for 13 years at many different levels (rec, select, high school, and college). I bought my first pair of copa's 9 years ago. They are by far the best cleats around for under $100. They have lasted me about 2 years for each pair. They offer superb ball control, grip, ball feel, and kick velocity. They are simply the only thing I will wear to play competitive soccer.
the reason why the Copa Mundial has been on the market for 25+ years is that it is the best soccer shoe available. The leather stays in fantastic shape, even when you can't find the time to mink-oil it. The shoe withstands all-weather conditions. I've played in snow, blistering heat in the desert, rainstorms, mud, everything. These shoes recover nicely and have given me plenty of mileage.
My first pair gave out on me after four or five full seasons playing year-round. The stitching around the sole of the shoe gave out on me. My next pair of Copas picked right up where the others left off-- no blisters on my feet or ankles. Like wearing a house slipper, which are what soccer shoes are supposed to feel like.
The Adidas Copa Mundial is like titled the Toyota Camry of soccer cleats. It's not the most reliable, not the most flashiest, surely not the most cheapest, but it doesn't do anything bad. I have owned 2 pairs in my life, and got a combined 7 years out of the 2. The cleat is very good depending on what type of style you play. If your a more english/european type who strikes long balls, and hard crosses, this is the perfect cleat for you. If your a more touch/on the ground type say from latin america, this might not be the best cleat for you, but is still decent. If your playing on smaller side fields, this may not be a good cleat, because your passes may need to be weighted softer, and in my experience, it is harder to make the ball slow or stop before it rolls out. The profile of the cleat is very good so that if you strike it from a good angle, the ball will not take an unnatural slice, unless you try to make it do so.