Best football boots for wide feet 2022: The latest ranges from Nike, Adidas, Puma and more


If you’re struggling to find soccer cleats that fit you comfortably or find that too many pairs hug your feet too tightly, you’ll want to find the best soccer cleats for wide feet.

Having the right boots can make a huge difference to a player’s game, with some ranges specifically designed for those who need a bit more comfort and room to breathe. TFF has been devoted to design categorization to make it easier for you to purchase boots. If you’re just looking for the best football boots right now, be sure to check out our other reviews.

But here you will find the best football boots for wide feet…

The best football boots for defenders

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Nike Tiempo Legend 9 Elite

Comfortable, versatile and stylish

Colors: Black/Iron Gray/Black, Team Red/Mystic Hibiscus/Bright Crimson/White, Gray Fog/Sapphire/Volt, Black/Charcoal/Metallic Gold/Metallic Dark Gray, Guava/Bright Sunset/Strike Yellow | Studs: Firm Ground, Soft Ground, Multi-Ground, Artificial Grass, Indoor, Turf | Worn by : Virgil van Dijk, Thibaut Courtois, Harry Kane

Versatile: worn by both goalkeepers and attackers

Ideal for wide feet


While the latest Tiempos aren’t just among the lightest on the market, weighing just 207g, they’re also the most comfortable – as we noted in our Nike Tiempo Legend 9 review. Unlike most other pairs of Nike football boots (such as the Vapor and Superfly lines), the Tiempo Legend 9 doesn’t hug your feet too tightly – they’re roomier and more breathable on the first try.

These Tiempos feature a number of other nifty little gadgets, including memory foam and touch pads, designed to specifically help players shoot, dribble and control the ball. The herringbone lugs have been specially designed to add traction, helping you change direction more easily – perfect for overtaking your opponents.

This is a great all-around boot, but an especially great option if comfort is your ultimate criteria.

Puma Future Z boots

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Puma Future Z Lazertouch

Correct leather… but still light

Colors: Black/White/Gold | Studs: Firm Ground, Multi-Terrain, Artificial Ground, Soft Ground, Grass | Worn by : Neymar


Extremely light

Classic design

In our recent review of the Puma Future Z Lazertouch football boots, we praised the genuine leather used in the boots worn by some of the keenest wingers in world football. Unlike synthetic or plastic boots (such as Neymar’s signature Future Z), the soft leather used in the Lazertouch makes it a better choice for those with wider feet.

The boots are a fantastic fit, provide great traction, look great and are light enough to make you feel like you’re wearing carpet slippers. The best combination of style and comfort on the market right now.

Adidas Copa Sense+

Minimal, comfortable and designed for gamemasters

Old fashioned design

Good for touching and passing


Adidas does “no frills” super well when they want to and, as explained in our Adidas Copa Sense review, these puppies are proof of that. Worn by the likes of Jude Bellingham and Joao Felix, the Copa Sense is a definite understatement, stripping the football boot back to basics. These boots are extremely comfortable, perfect for any player who takes pride in their first touch and despite their simplistic design, they look super cool no matter what color you wear them in.

Adidas Copa Mundial

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Adidas Copa Mundial

Completely timeless

Cheaper than most

Comfort over style

One for the old guard and the hipsters, there’s simply no such thing as the Copa Mundial football boots, no matter how many times Adidas reinvents the wheel.

For sheer comfort, nostalgia and dependability, it’s virtually impossible to top these brilliant boots, with buttery soft K leather ensuring your feet have room to breathe while staying warm and dry. The Adidas Copa Mundial is an icon – and if you’re a football fanatic, you deserve a pair at least once in your life.

Here has FourFourTwo, our shoe testing procedure involves putting shoes on our feet and personally trying them out during kickabouts, practices and matches. Our editors test each pair for several weeks, in different playing conditions, to get an accurate idea of ​​what they are like on a football pitch.

This is the best way to tell if the boots are better suited to firmer or softer ground, what level of traction they provide and how they are designed to improve a player’s game. We are passionate about football boots and regularly attend launch events and Q&A’s to get as much information as possible from manufacturers and designers before we get started.

All of our reviews are honest (although we work with brands, no one can ‘buy’ a good review from us) and we always have real footballers in mind when giving recommendations.


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