A weekend where cards were flying and goals were going in from all over. Heavyweight clashes with the fresh to the faded on show - we're talking contemporary Anti-Clog and retro Swooshes.
Dani Carvajal (Real Madrid) Nike Tiempo 6
Remember those days when smashing two boots together was the only option when it came to finding your studs again? Well cling onto those memories because just look at Dani Carvajal rising like a salmon, mud-clump-free and unhindered as he flies at the top of the La Liga table wearing his Nike Tiempo 6 Anti-Clog boots.
Alexis Sanchez (Arsenal) Nike Mercurial Superfly V
I mean come on. That step over. Cool, calm and as nonchalant as they come. Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez was suited in the Dark Lightning Mercurial Superfly as he sliced through the West Ham defence this weekend. Carving it up with a solid roast still weeks away, the red part of London is gunning on Christmas cheer early doors.
Georginio Wijnaldum (Liverpool) adidas Gloro 15.1
That tongue needs to be touching turf next time, Georgie boy. All function goes out the window, you've got to lock down the look. Wijnaldum has previously worn blacked out version of the adidas X 16 this season, but slipped into the all black adidas Gloro for Liverpool's trip to Bournemouth. What a boot.
Romelu Lukaku (Everton) Nike Hypervenom Phantom II
Jumping from boot to boot, it was just last we we saw Lukaku sport the PUMA evoSPEED. A matter of days on and it seems to have been a simple stray as the Swoosh has lured him back as he donned the Dark Lightning Nike Hypervenom Phantom II for Everton's game against Manchester United.
Tameka Butt (Brisbane Roar) adidas Copa Mundial
Insisting the tongue must match the socks, Tameka Butt is an Australian international who stripes her game in her own way. There may be fresh Copa 17 drop but Tameka ain't done with the Copa reworking of the OG. Will anyone ever be?
Lazar Markovic (Sporting Lisbon) Mizuno Morelia Neo II
Never one to be ruled out, the Mizuno Morelia Neo II is still up there with the best. A fresh lick of paint for this boot, does "Fiery Coral" go with any kit colour? Looks that way doesn't it.
Matty Cash (Nottingham Forest) Nike Mercurial Vapor XI iD
Helping to gun down Championship trailblazers Newcastle United, Matty Cash looked at home in a pair of Nike Mercurial Vapor XI iD boots. A much talked about player who looks to be making moves from the peripheral of the first team.
Neymar (Barcelona) Nike Mercurial Vapor XI
Neymar used one of the biggest stages in the game to announce his return to the Nike Mercurial silo. The Barcelona man slipped into the Dark Lightning Mercurial Vapor XI as he begins his second stint in his favourite boot.
Tom Hiariej (Groningen) Nike T90 Laser VI
We've been saying it for years. It's all about FC Groningen, of course. Where others may be afraid, Tom Hiariej doesn't just dive into the archives but he goes knees deep. Picking out a winner and despite being just four years old, the T90 Laser VI is as ruthless as they come.