yes theres not much difference and i where my soccer cleats for softball to
No. Softball shoes with a cleat under the front toes cannot be used for soccer. However you can go the other way and use soccer cleats for softball. My daughter does fine without the toe cleat.
The difference is that soccer cleats don't have an extra "cleat" at the "toe".
so, soccer cleats, don't have a 'toe' cleat on the top, and a softball cleat does. if you compare them, look at the very top. also they are made of different materials, and on the bottom part, where the heal is, soccer cleats usually have a different pattern.
It does not matter what kind of cleats you wear in a softball game. As long as they are cleats and you feel comfortable wearing them on the field, there is no rule against it. You may be at a disadvantage because there is no cleat in from to dig into the dirt when you are trying to accelerate. This toe cleat is what makes baseball and softball cleats illegal in soccer.
I think there isn't a cleat thing in the front with soccer cleats but there is with soft/baseball ones.
Soccer shoes do not have a cleat in the front while baseball shoes do.
Football boots are worn by players of all ages. They can be soft turf, hard turf or artificial turf.
depends on the cleat what cleat do you have
r u talking about a cleat??
they are shoes
The Gs soccer clear.