Anything with cleats
Made in soccer boots factory
Some soccer boots are made out of leather.
rugby boots have 8 studs soccer boots have 6
The thing about Football boots, is that they have spikes on the bottom. For the most part, they are designed to keep a player's traction on the ground. This may be a problem during Soccer because of all the running around that is required. In other words, you can. But the results may or may not be good.
Football boots are higher than soccer boots, they have studs rather than teeth. The soccer boots are like that because the bottom of the boot goes on the ball a lot more than footy.
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Yes they are the same thing. Europeans call them boots and Americans call them cleats.
Initially, old soccer boots were modified from regular work boots with nails in the bottom. Once manufacturing began for soccer boots in 1905 they were made by Gola, Valsport, and Hummel with 6-9 replaceable studs in the bottom.
not shoes, Boots. (A little joke, lol). Most football cleats have one extra cleat on the bottom of the shoe at the end of the toe for additional traction. This extra cleat puts soccer players at a high risk for injuring other players if they accidentally kicked someone so the extra cleat is not designed on soccer cleats (AKA Association Football Boots). Most American football kickers actually wear at least one soccer shoe (on their kicking foot) to get the maximum kicking effect on the field. However, football linemen tend to wear cleat-ed shoes with a high-top ankle design to help prevent ankle twists, so it depends what position someone plays and what kind of traction that person needs as to whether or not soccer cleats can be used.
Because you can slip on the grass with flat shoes but with soccer boots, the kleats dig into the ground to give you balance.
i only that football and soccer require boots