Mens Pele 1958 Football Boots £15.99 delivered @ Sports Direct
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Mens Pele 1958 Football Boots £15.99 delivered @ Sports Direct

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Found 22nd Sep 2013
Mens Pele 1958 Football Boots. £12.00 + £3.99 Delivery. Even with delivery costs these are still an absolute bargain! Various sizes left!!!

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pretty sure they didn't have blades in 1958

No wonder he was so good

IrishGuzzler

pretty sure they didn't have blades in 1958



Totally agree. For the 1962 World Cup Finals Pele had moved onto Puma and these didn't have blades either. BUT these did apparently...Pele 1962 MS FG
In 1970 Pele was wearing the Puma King football boots, not these....Pele 1970 MS FG
Edited by: "Locko" 22nd Sep 2013

Original Poster

they are nice boots though. cheap too.

Nice boots have some heat. I bought the 1970's last week, just £25 at Sports Direct, just read the reviews!

http://www.sportsdirect.com/pele-1970-ms-sg-mens-football-boots-190068

http://soccerlens.com/pele-sports-1970-review/8735/
http://www.soccerbible.com/news/general/archive/2010/11/13/soccerbible-play-test-pele-1970.aspx
http://www.footy-boots.com/boots-test-pele-sports-1970/
http://soccerreviews.com/reviews/pele-sports-1970-ser-review/
soccercleats101.com/201…ew/

How do they size

May be worth a visit to stores....just got my daughter a size 6 and they were only £8

Ewell

Nice boots have some heat. I bought the 1970's last week, just £25 at … Nice boots have some heat. I bought the 1970's last week, just £25 at Sports Direct, just read the reviews!http://www.sportsdirect.com/pele-1970-ms-sg-mens-football-boots-190068http://soccerlens.com/pele-sports-1970-review/8735/http://www.soccerbible.com/news/general/archive/2010/11/13/soccerbible-play-test-pele-1970.aspxhttp://www.footy-boots.com/boots-test-pele-sports-1970/http://soccerreviews.com/reviews/pele-sports-1970-ser-review/http://www.soccercleats101.com/2010/08/09/pele-sports-1970-review/



have you played in them yet?

i think i,ll get some and pop down to old trafford for a trial

barton33

i think i,ll get some and pop down to old trafford for a trial


After today's result they'll snap you up...

?? rrp on boxes is £125 ?? and the ones in store didnt look anything like the ones pictured in the reviews above.

sunnyhot

?? rrp on boxes is £125 ?? and the ones in store didnt look anything like … ?? rrp on boxes is £125 ?? and the ones in store didnt look anything like the ones pictured in the reviews above.



1970's are/were rrp 120

1958's are what op has posted

cheers op ordered, retro looks to match my retro legs :-)

Black boots?... What a show off

So are the 1958 boots the lower quality and the 1970's the best with 1962's somewhere in the middle?
Look good though?

Original Poster

clarkeyi

So are the 1958 boots the lower quality and the 1970's the best with … So are the 1958 boots the lower quality and the 1970's the best with 1962's somewhere in the middle?Look good though?


i dont think so, just different styles.

1958s are entry level, 1962s are club level and the 1970s are the pro boot in the Pele range.

For £16 these are great, but I recommend looking at Pro Direct Soccer. I recently bought a pair of Uhlsport Kickschuh Legende all-weather boots (good for both SG and FG) for £1 more than these, and they're a vastly superior boot.

They currently have the SG version in 6.5 and 8.5 for £19.99, and good prices on various other models - under £10 in some cases.
prodirectsoccer.com/lis…spx

Historically accurate or not, I'm voting hot for black boots. When I bought my last pair of astroturf boots, I couldn't find any at all (admittedly looking in stores rather than on-line) - finished up settling for some hideous green and yellow nonsense. When I were a lad you'd get kicked to kingdom come for wearing coloured boots!

douglas13

the men deserves a better store to have football boots with his name on … the men deserves a better store to have football boots with his name on to be sold.



WTF???

Locko

WTF???



Init. D'ya get me. Me boy Peles boots should be sold in that posh 'Arrods not in some poxy lickle sports direct shop. Fir real!

Does anyone know how the sizes like compared to Adidas or Umbro?

Suitable for astro turf?

barton33

i think i,ll get some and pop down to old trafford for a trial



I four one can guarantee you that you'll get signed up! #MoyesIn

lovernotfighter

have you played in them yet?



No not yet as I had no match this week just kicked a ball about in the garden with them. They are really lovely boots and I am well pleased.

dawsonz

Does anyone know how the sizes like compared to Adidas or Umbro?



I have an issue with the Adidas boots (never worn Umbro) particularly world cup and kaiser 5 and there narrow foot plates. These Pele's have the most comfortable foot plate I have tried on. I wear a size 8 shoe and have bought a size 8 boot after trying the 8 on in the shop they fitted me like a glove. Although I have not played a match just yet I cannot recommend the fit highly enough. I would definitely say they are like the Puma King that I normally wear and they have a wider foot plate.

Original Poster

i bought half a size bigger just to be safe #BetterSafeThanSorryM8

dawsonz

Does anyone know how the sizes like compared to Adidas or Umbro?



I have just ordered the 1970s and they arrived just now! I read everywhere that these come big so ordered half a size down...spot on! I am a 10 but these in 9.5 are same size as my Kaiser and Tiempo Pro...very nice boot. In terms of fitting I have quite narrow feet and like the guy above would say fit like old style puma king...if you have wide feet don't buy these! Umbro or Nike (depending on style) would be better for you as these are not as tight as f50s but are pretty narrow...very nice boot btw and cheer to the guy who mentioned the 1970s for £25....had eye on them for a while!

RabLewandowski

i bought half a size bigger just to be safe #BetterSafeThanSorryM8



these will be far too big in all likelihood!

Original Poster

got mine today, half a size bigger leaves plenty of room for the toes and i have wide feet. these fit brilliantly considering i have tried ghem on without thick football socks and shinpads!

RabLewandowski

got mine today, half a size bigger leaves plenty of room for the toes and … got mine today, half a size bigger leaves plenty of room for the toes and i have wide feet. these fit brilliantly considering i have tried ghem on without thick football socks and shinpads!



glad it worked out for u then! In general all the reviews of the 1970s say go down but these might be different!

cantonbean

very nice boot btw and cheer to the guy who mentioned the 1970s for … very nice boot btw and cheer to the guy who mentioned the 1970s for £25....had eye on them for a while!



No problem!

Ewell

No problem!



thanks as well from me.

For anyone else wishing to buy. I also have wide feet, and am a trainer 8, but football nike/adidas boots 9.0-8.5.

They didn't have size 8 in stock and got the 8.5 pele 1970 instead, and they are snug fit. A bit roomier than a nike 8.5, which I had to wear in, to get comfortable. These are good from the get go. With thick socks they become very snug.

For anyone who wants to know also, supposedly these are Nomis rebranded pele boots. And you can find the nomis brand still around places for cheaper, if the pele's run out of stock.

Have some heat from me. My son liked the boots & some Pele trainers that are only £10, but are £60+ on pro direct soccer. There are also some great offers on Pele shirts.

Thanks

Picked up a pair of the 1962 sg boots with studs for my £20.

whoever said buy half a size smaller,DON'T.

I wear a 10 so bought 9,5 and they were very uncomfortable. luckily managed to find a size 10 locally and got them changed and the 10s fit perfectly.

can't wait for my first game in them tomorrow,seem very comfortable,offer good protection and look like they'll last a longer then a season like shoes normally do these days.

cheers op
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