It has been a solid year with lots of great bootspots. We are ready with the last bootspotting of the year and I guarantee that it's worth your while.

Marko Arnautovic+Ibrahim Afellay (Stoke) - PUMA evoSPEED 1.4+Lth Gul/Blå

Hands down we just have to say that the new flaming colourway of the evoSPEED delivers both visually and on performance. The burning strike from Arnautovic in Stokes win over Manchester United on Boxing Day proves that. What do you think of the new colour update from PUMA?

Olivier Giroud+Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal+Chelsea) - PUMA evoPOWER Camo

About a week ago, we hadn't heard anything from PUMA in a while. However, this week has proven busy for the Germans as they both released a new evoSPEED colourway and now the evoPOWER Camo. First we spotted Fabregas wearing them in match and now Giroud has also been spotted on the training ground with the new evoPOWER Camo. And yes, that is trusox he is wearing. These socks are everywhere...

Elizabeth Grey (Western Sydney Wanderers) - Nike Premier Tiempo Pack

Nike recently launched the iconic Tiempo Pack of their Premier silo. It might be that these boots are not among the most popular football boots, but at the Unisport HQ they are definitely a favourite. That is also why we are hyped about spotting Elizabeth Grey from the australian league in these beauties.

Jonathan Kodjia (Bristol City) - Nike Mercurial Superfly CR7 Savage Beauty

From one, not so popular football boot, to one of the most hyped in the business; the Nike Mercurial Superfly CR7 Savage Beauty. Jonathan Kodjia from Bristol City gives those Superfly just the amount of attention that they deserve.

Dimas Delgado (Western Sydney) - Joma Champion Cup Blå/Sort/Rød

To be fair, we don't watch too much football from the australian league. But when it comes to bootspots, you can always count on the guys from Down Under. Joma is not a brand that you spot every day, but Dimas Delgado makes sure to give his national brothers some love, wearing the Champion Cup, which are Jomas edition of a speedboot.

Christian Benteke (Liverpool) - Nike Tiempoe Legend 6 Liquid Chrome Pack

Christian Benteke took a role of being both the hero and the villain as he secured a Liverpool victory and thereby broke Leicesters undefeated streak. However, the belgium also managed to miss, probably the biggest chance of the year, alone in front of the goal. He did all this in the Tiempoe Legend 6 and a pair of Trusox.

Erik Paartalu+Stefan Mauk+Mark Bridge (Melbourne City FC+Western Sydney)

Remember when I said that Australia never lets you down on bootspots? Well, here you have it; PUMA evoACCURACY. Apparently they are pretty fond of this boot in Australia. And that's even though it hasn't received the most positive feedback from players around the world. Maybe we should give the MB45's a new chance?

So that was the last bootspot of the year. We are of course continuing the spots in 2016. Make sure to let us know if you have any suggestions of how we could do things. We are always open for suggestions...