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You can wear football cleats for softball/baseball. They will not perform as well though. Depending on your level of play this may not mean much...less than a tenth of a second in a 90' base path. You CAN NOT wear softball/baseball cleats in most other sports. Baseball cleats are normally flat and metal. They also have a "toe" cleat that works well in loose dirt. This toe cleat can cause injuries in sports like soccer, and is why they are normally banned. Most kids wear football or soccer cleats for all sports due to their interchangability and the cost of buying multiple cleats. Good football cleats often have interchangable cleats, for different field conditions.
There are a few different places you can buy cheap soccer cleats. You can go to the store Hibbit Sports and get them.
Softball Cleats can be bought online for great prices. A good brand for Softball cleats would be: Underarmor. Underarmor has great protection for those of you who enjoy sports.
Football: Shoulder pads, cleats, helmet Soccer: Cleats, Goalie gloves, shinguards Softball/Baseball: Cleats, batting gloves, bat, glove, helmet, face mask (if pitcher) Volleyball: Kneepads Golf: Clubs, golfing gloves
Pretty much any outdoor field sport requires cleats (there are different types for each sport, I think). This includes soccer, football, field hockey, boys and girls lacrosse, softball, baseball, and rugby (there are probably more I can't think of).
Baseball and soccer cleats are quite different because they are designed for different purposes. Soccer cleats are designed for grip exclusively on turf since the soccer pitch is entirely covered in turf, but baseball cleats are designed to give the player maximum grip on the dirt basepaths, which is why baseball cleats will sometimes perform poorly for outfielders, especially on wet turf. Soccer cleats are round while baseball cleats are (generally) rectangular, and both have blunt bottoms. Certain soccer boots allow the owner to change out the cleats as they wear, but I have never seen baseball shoes with replaceable cleats. The biggest difference however is that baseball cleats may be made of metal but soccer cleats never can. If you've ever wondered why soccer players kneel down while the referee walks behind them before a match, it is so he can see that all cleats are legal. In both sports it is illegal to sharpen cleats into spikes.
Track spikes are sharp and pointy while soccer and other sports that require cleats don't have spikes, they are just rounded off.
Yes! Nike manufactures and sells footwear for almost all major womens' sports, including cleats for soccer.
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