Consider it a cure to your weekend footballing hangover. The highlights watched, the analysis done. One final look back at the past seven days sees us pick out our selection of the latest, custom and most random boots on show. From Sydney to Southampton, let's go...
Gabriel Jesus (Manchester City) adidas X 16+ Purechaos
Jesus was the saviour for Manchester City as he marked his debut week in style. Scoring and assisting in a 4-0 demolition of West Ham United on Wednesday night before notching a brace on his home debut against Swansea, including a last minute winner in the 2-1 victory. The 19-year-old Brazilian has well and truly hit the ground running. Good news for City and good news for adidas too, as another top Premier League player adopts their top end X 16+ Purechaos boot, in "Blue Blast" here.
Mesut Özil (Arsenal) adidas ACE 17+ Purecontrol
You'll be forgiven if you didn't notice Mesut Özil at Stamford Bridge on Saturday afternoon. But for those who did spot the Arsenal midfielder, they would have picked up on the fact that he was wearing the alternative colourway to the new adidas "Blue Blast" ACE 17+ Purecontrol boot. Laceless on the boot, gutless in the performance for many Arsenal fans.
Jairo Samperio (Mainz) Nike Mercurial Superfly V
They've yet to hit the shelves but Nike have begun to dish out Anti-Clog editions of the Mercurial Superfly V to their squad of professional players. When the Anti-Clog soleplate was originally launched it was only offered on the Magista, Hypervenom and Tiempo silos, but Nike have now found a way to accommodate it on their lightweight, speed boot. Jairo Samperio providing the proof here.
Jordy Buijs (Sydney FC) Pele Sports Trinity 3E
Jordy Buijs took the honour of providing the most random boot spot of the week by lacing up in the discontinued Pele Sports branded Trinity 3E football boot. Originally launched in 2011 as Pele's signature collection, the Trinity boot with unique soleplate construction has since disappeared from the game almost entirely.
Marten de Roon (Middlesbrough) adidas ACE 17.1 Leather
A dark horse for the new adidas "Blue Blast" collection was on the feet of numerous ACE players this weekend as the lo-cut ACE 17.1 Leather silhouette continues to be a popular choice in the professional game. Middlesbrough's Marten de Roon snagged a pair to match up nicely with the Boro away kit. If his finishing was as clean cut as his boot/kit combo, Boro may have been heading back up north with a last minute equaliser and a valuable point to their name.
Memphis Depay (Lyon) Under Armour Spotlight 2.0
Memphis Depay switched into the new "Hi Vis Yellow" Under Armour Spotlight 2.0 for Lyon's big derby game at Saint-Etienne, and for the third time in a row since his move from Manchester United to France, he was on the losing side as Saint-Etienne secured local bragging rights with a 2-0 win.
Lionel Messi (Barcelona) adidas Messi 16.1
Lionel Messi made a belated switch into his latest signature Messi 16.1 colourway this week and naturally gave them a scoring start. Firstly a thunderous top corner effort helped his side beat Atletico Madrid 2-1 in the Copa Del Rey semi-final first leg, before a free-kick against Athletic Bilbao found its way into the net in a 3-0 win to double Messi's tally for the week. New boots, same routine.
Oumare Tounkara (Châteauroux) Nike Mercurial Superfly V
The Tech Craft series has quietly become one of Nike's most anticipated boot collections, with a low-profile on the professional scene but a design wrapped in elegant layers of leather for an alternative treat of tradition. Unadopted by Nike's leading pool of pros but a boot with such beauty is never going to be ignored, and Châteauroux's Oumare Tounkara provided a rare sighting this week.
Fraser Forster (Southampton) Under Armour Clutchfit 3.0
Under Armour have used their connection with Southampton to secure the signing of Saints goalkeeper Fraser Forster. The England international switched into the latest "White/Black" Clutchfit 3.0 design as his side lost 2-1 away to Swansea City on Tuesday night. Built as one of the most comfortable control boots on the market, we're expecting more players to join Fraser in the Clutchfit throughout the season.
Ashley Westwood (Burnley) adidas X 16.1 Leather
Transfer deadline day signing Ashley Westwood made his debut for new club Burnley on Saturday wearing the X 16.1 Leather edition of the adidas "Blue Blast" collection. Westwood opted for the alternative colourway in the series that consists of a predominantly black leather upper, a more low-key design than the brighter Purechaos option.
Tevin Coleman (Atlanta Falcons) adidas UltraBOOST
Hear us out... The ball might be wrong shape but there was an adidas UltraBOOST debut in the Super Bowl as Atlanta Falcons running back Tevin Coleman wore the cleat-equipped version of the popular running shoe. Sold out as quickly as they were released, the UltraBOOST cleat is an interesting concept that could be considered to move into European Football, especially after adidas have already incorporated the technology into the latest ACE 17+ Purecontrol.
Malcolm Butler (New England Patriots) adidas UltraBOOST
There was also another Super Bowl UltraBOOST appearance from the New England Patriots as cornerback Malcolm Butler sported the adidas UltraBoost Cleats in triple white with black stripes. Clean.