A popular topic of discussion amongst football fans is the greatest boots of all time.
Nike, Adidas and Puma have blessed us with some glorious collections down the years, such as the Total 90, Predator and King.
Choosing a favourite all comes down to taste. If you were a midfield maestro in your youth and grew up idolising David Beckham and Zinedine Zidane, chances are you wore the Adidas Predator.
If you were a quick and skilful striker who loved beating opponents and scoring goals, then the Nike Mercurial Vapor was for you.
And if you were a tough-tackling, no-nonsense centre-back who wasn't bothered about being colourful or flash, the Adidas Copa Mundial was perfect.
Boots like the Mercurial Vapor and Puma King remain very popular years after they first came out, while others like the F50 have unfortunately been discontinued.
And so, to celebrate decades of iconic football boots, we've ranked the top seven of all time.
7. ADIDAS F50
Our favourites - F50+, 2005
Worn by - Lionel Messi, Arjen Robben, Lukas Podolski
6. NIKE TOTAL 90
Our favourites - Air Zoom Total 90 III, 2005
Worn by - Wayne Rooney, Fernando Torres, Roberto Carlos
5. PUMA KING
Our favourites - Maradona Super, 1986/2016
Worn by - Pele, Johan Cruyff, Diego Maradona
4. NIKE TIEMPO
Our favourites - Air Legend R10, 2005
Worn by - Ronaldinho, Andrea Pirlo, Francesco Totti
3. NIKE MERCURIAL VAPOR
Our favourites - Mercurial Vapor III, 2006
Worn by - Ronaldo, Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo
2. ADIDAS COPA MUNDIAL
Our favourites - Copa Mundial, 1979
Worn by - Franz Beckenbauer, Frank Lampard, Eric Cantona
1. ADIDAS PREDATOR
Our favourites - Predator Mania, 2002
Worn by - David Beckham, Zinedine Zidane, Steven Gerrard
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