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.
softball cleats have a spike at the end and soccer cleats don't you can wear softball cleats for soccer but you can wear soccer cleats for softball
The difference is that soccer cleats don't have an extra "cleat" at the "toe".
I think there isn't a cleat thing in the front with soccer cleats but there is with soft/Baseball ones.
Softball/baseball cleats are best for sofball. Soccer cleats do not provide the proper tracton for dirt.
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.
incorrect. They are very similar, but not quite the same. I have used soccer cleats to play softball with, so they will work, but I prefer the softball cleats. They have the toe spike and give you more support around the ankle.
Baseball cleats have toes and soccer cleats don't
in soccer you are not allowed to have a toe cleat. therefore, soccer cleats have no toe cleat and baseball cleats do. there are also more subtle differences but that's the major one.
you can have the same cleats for both
Differences in Sports CleatsFootball cleats are the heaviest and most supportive. soccer cleats are light and fit your foot tighter than Baseball or football cleats. . Some soccer cleats are lighter than professional running shoes. Most soccer cleats are very thin but they don't were down easily. Baseball cleats are thicker and they have least pointy spikes because your mostly in the dirt. The most important distinction is that soccer cleats, unlike football and baseball cleats, do not have a cleat on the bottom of the toe.
No toe cleat on the soccer boot
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.
You want a under armor cleats are really good and comphortable
YES!! The ADIDAS f50 cleats were made as soccer cleats therefore soccer palyes wear them as soccer cleats!!
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