The nike zoom vapor carbon fly 2 TD cleats
Football cleats have spikes golf cleats doesnt
when were football cleats invented1865
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
Baseball cleats have metal spikes. Football usually has detachable cleats that are plastic.
no it is not
Football cleats are heavier and more supportive, whereas baseball cleats are lighter. Baseball cleats can use metal spikes, while those are not used for football cleats. Studs on baseball cleats tend to have the same length, while for football cleats, the length varies. :D your welcome !
You can wear soccer cleats to play american football but it is less than ideal. Soccer cleats do not have a stud on the toe of the cleat like football cleats do. This make it much easier to run, cut and dig into the grass. Most football cleats are also higher and more supportive than soccer cleats. Although if you are a field goal kicker/ punter or kicker in American Football - they all wear soccer cleats. Basically you CAN wear soccer cleats to play American football but you CAN NOT wear American Football cleats to play Soccer.
Yes, Do you mean like on your hand?
touch down(6 points)
Football cleats could be the actual shoe itself for the sport or it could be the little spikes and pins on the bottom.
There are many brands of shoes which manufacture football cleats. For instance, the Nike brand is one of many manufactureres which manufacture football cleats. Other brands of football cleats are Adidas and New Balance.
The basic function for cleats in football is for the player to get better traction on the grass.
No, baseball cleats are metal and there are no metal cleats allowed in football since there is a strong possibility of your hand or someone elses hand being stepped on.
they say there is so there must be but there almost exactly the same some its not really worth buying lacrosse cleats if you already have football cleats
No, they have different cleats
TO could mean Time Out or Terrell Owens.But do not get it mixed up with TD which is TouchDown
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.
What do you mean? Jersey, Shorts, Socks, Cleats, and Shin Guards.
soccer, football, or lacrosse cleats
The sizes are the same as any shoe.
It all depends on which sport you're going to be playing. If you're playing football, buy football cleats; if you're playing baseball, buy baseball cleats. Here's why: Baseball cleats have a special cleat on the right side of the shoe, allowing a player to better grip the ground as they're pivoting to run bases. Football cleats are also typically longer and sharper than baseball cleats. There's also a toe cleat on football cleats that does not exist on baseball cleats (injury hazard).
nike speed td, nike vapors really anything nike but it depends if its grass or turf all the ones I just said are good turf shoes grass i would actually get nike landsharks ugly cleats but they get the job done
yes because soccer cleats are used for speed just like football shoes