soccer cleats

introduction

Soccer cleats are a very important thing when it comes to soccer. Without them, you’d fall on your face. indoor cleats, outdoor cleats, cleats with a special padding for your ankle (boots), and ones without the special padding (regular) are the major types of cleats.

Adidas Ace 16.1 Primeknit FG

these cleats are a yellowish-green and black, a durable fit from Adidas. It’s lightweight, with a thin silicon coating and non-stop grip (NSG). It also has the adidas orginal primeknit skin. they're designed for acceleration, speed, and comfort.

Nike Hypervenom Phantom II FG

with NikeSkin and all condition control (ACC), these are one of the best cleats. they also have zig-zag laces and are a dark blue, with a neutral shade of purple, and bright orange. the bottom is an almost transparent color, and the front nike symbol is bright orange and the back symbol is a dark navy blue.

Under Armour Spotlight Camo FG

with SpeedForm technology and next level construction for seamless heel cup, they're one of the most comfortable and well performing cleats. they're a camouflage color with a white under armour symbol and a white bottom. the back inside the cleat is yellow.

Nike Mercurial Superfly V CR7 FG

these boots were help built with Cristiano Ronaldo’s memory of his soccer game on August 6th, 2003. The outsole is specially designed for speed. the re-engineered, ultralight 3D Speed Plate fits your foot naturally for explosive speed. Precision-placed studs enable quick starts and stops. perforated sockliner offers lightweight cushioning for reduced cleat pressure.

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