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Puma, Lotto, Umbro and other topic.

Post by Ballack13 » 06 Feb 2008, 01:34

All puma,lotto,umbro and other brands of boots go here, excluding nike and adidas.
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Post by BGbeast23 » 06 Feb 2008, 02:02

If you could, make this Puma, Lotto, Umbro, etc. Boots. :D

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Post by ganaa261092 » 06 Feb 2008, 06:15

i don't get this topic... -_-;; You just made the Nike topic and adidas topic, and suddenly you made this topic with the title "Puma, Lotto, Umbro and other topic" Can any moderator lock this one, please??

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Post by Alexio1092 » 06 Feb 2008, 10:49

I seriously believe it's a fine concept, Ballack. But there are so many boot-related topics now that are going strong so I don't think that these would be necessary. Perhaps as a sticky, but Post Your Boots! Unreleased Boots, Boot Reviews, Boot vs Boot look alright so far, let's see how far they keep going, dude. The forums can kind of get overcrowded uncessarily with so many different (yet somewhat similar) boot topics, it gets somewhat "finicky". Nothing against you Ballack13, it's a personal opinion, don't hate on me for it bruv. :P

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Post by BGbeast23 » 06 Feb 2008, 12:22

I guess I'll make the first post thatactually contributes to the topic :P .

The new Lotto "Twist N' Go":
http://youtube.com/watch?v=eQlwZqVxhio

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Post by Alexio1092 » 06 Feb 2008, 12:45

BGbeast23 wrote:I guess I'll make the first post thatactually contributes to the topic :P .

The new Lotto "Twist N' Go":
http://youtube.com/watch?v=eQlwZqVxhio
I was getting to it, jeez. :P

Those really look incredibly interesting, BGbeast. I'd say alot of their customers would be suckers thinking of any "easy mode" turning system implemented into the boot, though. I might try on a pair, nontheless. :wink:

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Post by Ballack13 » 06 Feb 2008, 20:06

ganaa261092 wrote:i don't get this topic... -_-;; You just made the Nike topic and adidas topic, and suddenly you made this topic with the title "Puma, Lotto, Umbro and other topic" Can any moderator lock this one, please??
Can any mod shut you up. I already explained its too make organizing things and finding things easier. If you dont have anything to say about the boot, then dont post.
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Post by Clumsylegs » 07 Feb 2008, 07:38

BGbeast23 wrote:I guess I'll make the first post thatactually contributes to the topic :P .

The new Lotto "Twist N' Go":
http://youtube.com/watch?v=eQlwZqVxhio
Just makes me wonder if it just turns ankle-injuries to knee- and hip-injuries. :?
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Post by ganaa261092 » 07 Feb 2008, 07:53

BGbeast23 wrote:I guess I'll make the first post thatactually contributes to the topic :P .

The new Lotto "Twist N' Go":
http://youtube.com/watch?v=eQlwZqVxhio
The shoes look awesome to me, but wat if you keep spinning on the field?

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Post by Alexio1092 » 07 Feb 2008, 09:12

ganaa261092 wrote:
BGbeast23 wrote:I guess I'll make the first post thatactually contributes to the topic :P .

The new Lotto "Twist N' Go":
http://youtube.com/watch?v=eQlwZqVxhio
The shoes look awesome to me, but wat if you keep spinning on the field?
They've analysed the pressure points of your feet mate, so you're not standing on spinning discs. It's only a rotator at the front of your foot, which should provide interesting results once it hits retail. In my opinion this will make turning easier, but acceleration off from your "swivel-spot" really quite hard on the knees, so a purchase is a nein von moi.

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Post by ganaa261092 » 07 Feb 2008, 16:09

Alexio1092 wrote:
ganaa261092 wrote:
BGbeast23 wrote:I guess I'll make the first post thatactually contributes to the topic :P .

The new Lotto "Twist N' Go":
http://youtube.com/watch?v=eQlwZqVxhio
The shoes look awesome to me, but wat if you keep spinning on the field?
They've analysed the pressure points of your feet mate, so you're not standing on spinning discs. It's only a rotator at the front of your foot, which should provide interesting results once it hits retail. In my opinion this will make turning easier, but acceleration off from your "swivel-spot" really quite hard on the knees, so a purchase is a nein von moi.
Wat's nein von moi?? I think these are gona be as expensive as Lotto Graviti, maybe even more.. :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:

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Post by Alexio1092 » 08 Feb 2008, 07:24

Question: Are my Puma V1.08's meant to be wrinkling slightly along the inside of my feet? My left foot is larger than my right (basically just longer & bigger), so it fills out the boot better, so it's not wrinkling as much as the right. Are my feet just having trouble filling out the boot or something? An extra pair of socks?

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Post by MojoMatt » 12 Feb 2008, 03:07

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CCC Wero Elite SI 6

never seen these before.

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Post by unknown » 12 Feb 2008, 03:23



ganaa261092 wrote:
BGbeast23 wrote:
I guess I'll make the first post thatactually contributes to the topic Razz .

The new Lotto "Twist N' Go":
http://youtube.com/watch?v=eQlwZqVxhio
The shoes look awesome to me, but wat if you keep spinning on the field?


They've analysed the pressure points of your feet mate, so you're not standing on spinning discs. It's only a rotator at the front of your foot, which should provide interesting results once it hits retail. In my opinion this will make turning easier, but acceleration off from your "swivel-spot" really quite hard on the knees, so a purchase is a nein von moi.
i really wonder how those shoes are "self-lubricating" :shock:

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Post by Davidson9 » 12 Feb 2008, 03:25

MojoMatt wrote:CCC Wero Elite SI 6
the brand is called canterbury

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