In real fastpitch softball, No, they can't. There are certain gloves fit specifically for women's hands.
Depending on the type of field you play on, soccer or softball shoes/boots (for grass) or turf shoes (for artificial turf).
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.
Yes, Under Armour has many different types of women's shoes available. They offer shoes for running, soccer, lacrosse, softball, field hockey, hiking, and more.
no but it is harder to skate with some shoes such as shoes with no grip ~awestling96~
un-lace your shoes, and look inside ur shoe. you will see a flap to insert the decals in. then u just lace them back up
Cleats help you to run. They prevent you from slipping adding friction between you and the ground. If you were to wear shoes that were flat at the bottom, it makes running somewhat difficult when you are sliding from the shoes.
Would orthotics work? You might be able to get some that will work in all shoes.
well, it depens on your sport. if its soccer you need cleats, and shingards. if its football, you need various padding, and a helmet, and dont forget the mouth-guard. if its baseball/softball you need softball/baseball cleats, a bat, and a helmet if its volleyball, you need knee pads and good sports shoes if its basketball, you need basketball shoes/good running shoes and a mouth guard(optional)
It depends on what the league rules are. High school and college softball you are allowed to bunt. Most often once you reach a certain age in a youth league you're allowed to bunt. (I'm assuming you're talking about fast-pitch softball)
because when you are about to jump and you don't wear the right kind of shoes you can break your calves
A symbolic gesture of "leaving something on the field".