Just Keepers Ltd specialise in the sale of football boots (or soccer shoes as many Americans call them) from the world's leading manufacturers. These are some of the highest quality football boots available in the world today using the latest technology. Any keeper who is serious about his game should consider a pair of these high quality soccer boots an absolute necessity.
The Adidas Football Boots section includes the adiPower Predator, adiZero and adiPure. Nike offers the Mercurial Vapor and Total 90 Vapor models, among others. Puma's Powercat and King Models, Under Armour's Hydrastrike and Blur styles and the Torkralle range from Uhlsport are also available, making up a stock of the best football boots you can buy today.
If your budget allows, it is worth having a pair of soft ground and a pair of firm ground football boots. Soft ground (SG) football boots tend to have a set of 6 often interchangeable, long studs and firm ground (FG) football boots have blades or 12 moulded studs. Playing on hard ground with football boots designed for soft ground can cause discomfort to the bottom of the feet or poor grip.
Football boots should fit snugly to the foot but not too tight. Football boots that are too loose are likely to cause blisters as the foot moves around inside the boot. The higher quality football boots are made from leather which is designed to stretch and mould to the foot, buying too large a pair can result in the boots becoming loose with wear.
After playing, excess mud should be removed from your football boots and they should be wiped clean. Leaving mud on or washing the football boots in the shower can harm the boots. If football boots are wet after you play or after cleaning them, they should be packed with newspaper which will help them to dry and maintain their shape.
Dubbin should be applied every couple of weeks to preserve the leather.