There are a number of very good cleats that you could buy... here's a list
-Adidas Adizeroes $179.99 (Very light, improves speed and footwork by a lot)
-Nike Mercurial Vapor VI's FG $263.99(Pretty Light, very good shooting ability)
-Adidas Predator Absolion X TRX FG UCL $219.99(Reliable, good all around)
-Nike CTR360 Maestri Elite $283.99(Very Very good all around
-Puma PWR-C 1.10 FG $188.99(Kangaroo leather, very nice shooting boost)
-Nike T-90s Laser Elite FG $292.49(Kind of light, very good control and footwork)
-Puma v.1.10 Tricks i FG $232.99(Very nice, comfortable, and good shooting)
-Adidas Adipure FG $156.99(Cheap, but one of the best pair of cleats out there.)
I hope these help you...
No, a goalkeeper can wear any boot they want, there are no special boot designed for keepers.
Water can wear down the soles of the shoes.
Soccer shoes do not have a cleat in the front while baseball shoes do.
Sure. But to get the most out of cleats you should probably wear baseball. there will probably be less traction while digging into the dirt on the infield
cleatsa football player wears a cleat, but not a soccer cleat. There is a differencefootball trainers when playing football!
depends on the cleat what cleat do you have
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.
They are soccer cleats, but can also be used for other cleat sports if you play recreationally. If you play competitively, then you should get the sport-specific footwear.
they are shoes
The Gs soccer clear.
They do this because on their kicking foot, the prefer a soccer cleat because the laces are not placed directly on the kicking surface, (the top of the foot) but instead slightly off center. As for the other shoe, these mismatching kickers generally wear a football cleat or one with better traction than a soccer cleat. This provides for increased stability on the plant foot.