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Baseball cleats have toes and soccer cleats don't
Footballers wear cleats, shoes with studs on the bottom to get a good grip in the wet soil.
As a DB and WR I can only say I'm faster with screw on cleats ;)
I believe the spikes on the bottom of soccer cleats are known as cleats!
No there is a difference between baseball cleats and football cleats. Football cleats are used for traction and are screw in type, where as baseball cleats are not they are put there for keeps they also are longer in size. here is a site that explains what I am saying but better www.differencebetween.net/.../difference-between-football-cleats-an
There is no difference. The only difference there MIGHT be is the bottom of the cleat. You can have METAL or MOLDED cleats. There are softball cleats that are metal but the majority of the time the baseball cleats TEND TO BE metal and softball cleats TEND TO BE molded. BUT, metal cleats are allowed in softball, made for softball, AND VISE VERSA. SO IT REALLY WOULDN'T MATTER WHAT CLEATS YOU BOUGHT.
Depending on what type of field you play on, you can either wear cleats of turf shoes. Cleats are the most common type of softball shoe. There are both rubber cleats and metal cleats, but most leagues do not allow you to wear metal cleats.
Cleats for little league players use plastic cleats
Cleats increase friction, because cleats stick on to the surface its acting against. For example, if you are wearing cleats on your shoes, and your walking around on the grass, the cleats stick to the grass, and wreak it.
Softball/baseball cleats are best for sofball. Soccer cleats do not provide the proper tracton for dirt.