Mesut Ozil (Arsenal) adidas Predator 18+

A new look Arsenal were quick out of the blocks to dispatch Everton 5-1 on Saturday night. Mesut Ozil, Aaron Ramsey, and Henrik Mkhitaryan were all wearing the "Cold Blooded" adidas Predator 18+ to match up smartly with the Arsenal home kit.


Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool) Under Armour Magnetico

Under Armour launched the brand new Magnetico silo last week as their first release of 2018. The boot has replaced the Clutchfit series and was debuted this weekend by Liverpool's Trent Alexander-Arnold as his side drew 2-2 with Spurs at Anfield.


Nicolas Otamendi (Manchester City) Nike Magista Obra II

Nike's Fast AF collection also made an on-pitch debut this weekend as all Swoosh players switched into the new colourway. The Magista, Hypervenom, and Tiempo will be joined by the next-generation Mercurial on Wednesday.


Gerard Pique (Barcelona) Nike Tiempo Legend 7

Gerard Pique's late equaliser at Espanyol at the weekend ensured Barcelona maintained a healthy lead at the top of La Liga. Pique's 'Fast AF' Tiempo design a tidy match with Barca's third strip.


Richard Keogh (Derby County) Umbro Medusae II Elite

Derby captain Richard Keogh sported the next Umbro Medusae II Elite colourway on Saturday as he led his team to a 3-0 win over Brentford. The colourway, which forms part of a wider collection, will land later this week.


Orkan Cinar (Atiker Konyaspor) Nike Mercurial Puro Fenomeno

The latest signature Neymar boot has been widely adopted by a number of players worldwide due to its link with the original R9 Mercurial design. Launched to mark 20 years since R9 wore the original, the limited edition boot was released as a Neymar exclusive.


Daniel Didavi (Wolfsburg) Nike Tiempo 7 Sergio Ramos

Another signature boot on show this week was the Sergio Ramos “Corazón y Sangre" Nike Tiempo 7. Launched to celebrate the achievements of the Spanish centre back, the Ramos design featured numerous tributes to the Real Madrid captain's life. This week it was picked up by Wolfsburg midfielder Daniel Didavi.


Jamie Vardy (Leicester City) Nike Mercurial CR7 Superfly

Making it a hat-trick of players-wearing-other-players-signature-boots this weekend was Jamie Vardy. The Leicester striker made a surprise switch into Cristiano Ronaldo's Chapter 5 Mercurial Superfly to score in a 1-1 draw with Swansea.


Myroslav Slavov (Chemnitz) adidas F50 adizero

Miroslav Slavov took things back to 2011 at the weekend by lacing up in the adidas F50 adizero "Electricity/Infrared/Adonised Purple" colourway. The silo was the second-generation of the adizero series and the bright yellow wrap was worn by Lionel Messi at the start of the 2011/12 season.


Andre-Pierre Gignac (Tigres) adidas X 17.1

The adidas "Lone Hunter" pack hasn't received any on-pitch time on the professional scene. The disruptive launch was kept off pitch by adidas in favour of the "Cold Blooded" pack, but when your team is called Tigres, it's kind of a decent match. As Andre-Pierre Gignac proved.