Lionel Messi – Ray del Ballon
Six months after the last pair of signature studs for Lionel Messi, Adidas Nemesis 1 is released “King of the Boy”, It can be translated King of the ball. Available in yellow, red and black, the crampons are emblazoned with the Barcelona name and logo.
Lionel Messi’s latest pair of signature crumbs. (Adidas)
Rose Lavelle – Sweet Chaos
Football players are also eligible for signature studs. Given the result, we want to see more. New Balance Ambassador Rose Lovell received a pair of individual soccer shoes last March. Baptized Sweet troubles, There are many details in these studios referring to the American player from Manchester City. The heel is trimmed with a rose, reminiscent of her first name, a ribbon, and an accessory she wears at competitions. This custom Tequila V3 is made in 116 pairs only.
Cleats with Rose Lavelle floral patterns. (New balance)
Neymar – Future Z Creativity
Neymar released his final signature football boot on Sunday, March 21 for a trip to Lyon (2-4). Produced by Puma, it showcases a design inspired by the world of street art. The graphics are reminiscent of Brazilian creativity on the pitch. Since joining Puma, Neymar has already played with two signature studs, the Puma King Platinum and the Puma Future Z1.1.
Neymar’s Street Art Crampons. (Puma)
Leonardo Bonusi – Phantom GT
At the last international break, Leonardo Bonucci crossed the 100-match milestone in the Italian jersey. On this occasion, Nike personalized a pair of Phantom GTs in the colors of the Squadron Azura. Blanche, Leonardo Bonucci’s first election date (March 3, 2010) and last (March 25, 2021). We found the initials of Juventus player (LB) and his number (19). The Italian wore the crampons (2-0) against Northern Ireland.
Leonardo Bonusi vs. Northern Ireland. (Mauritius Borsari / Aflo / Sports Press)
Luka Modric – Mercury Vapor14
Two years ago, Luka Modric received a pair of signature crampons after winning the France Football 2018 Ballon d’Or. During the international break, the Croatian again rewarded the supplier. Against Cyprus, Real Madrid midfielder Nike had the opportunity to mark the occasion with his personal work as the most selected player (135 caps). Red and white, this stud is reminiscent of the check pattern of Croatia.
Checked Crampon by Luka Modric. (DR)
Andres Iniesta – Ultressa Al
Andres Iniesta, who suffered a fractured right thigh muscle with Whistle Kobe last December, is still a long way off the field. An injury that prevents him from wearing the last pair of signature crampons made by device maker Asix. Black and blue, it features the logo of the Spanish player on the heel.
The simplicity of Andres Iniesta. (Asix)
Luis Suarez – Puma Future Z
Luis Suarez scored the 500th goal of his professional career against Alavis last March. To immortalize this performance, the Uruguayan adopted a pair of signature crampons with Puma. In the colors of Uruguay, covered with patterns reminiscent of a goal. A design that refers to Luis Suarez’s nickname El Pistolero (shooter). The number 500 of the former Barcelona player and the main celebration are decorated with studs.
Target Studs by Luis Suarez.
Gaku Shibasaki – U.S.
Gaku Shibasaki, set by Ambro, received a special edition Accelerator Pro last January. The graphics on the Japanese crampons refer to the Japanese art festival Nebuta Matsuri. Famous for its parades of bright floats, the event takes place at the Amori Prefecture by Gaku Shibasaki. The signature shoe was created by Japanese artist Asako Kitamura. They represent Leganാനs midfielder holding the ball.
Les Crampons Signature de Gaku Shibasaki. (Ambro)