rebal sports mainly
They are called Bio-Plast labret studs, they are a bio-compatable plastic labret stud. www.wildcat.co.uk
Blades or as they are also know studs can be aluminium or a toughened plastic
Can you change the metal spikes to plastic ones on puma soccer boots
Now I do not think it is allowed, they have to use plastic studs because once david beckham studded someone in the stomach with metal ones. Ouch! Boots are still made with metal studs so i would say yes, they are.
wheel studs? head studs?
i think metal studs are better because they have more grip because they go in the ground better but they coat more money. and when you kick the ball and then you might kick someone and it will hurt alot it happened 2 me lol x and plastic are good but you slip quiet alot but its up to you really what they kids perfure and the plasic studs are much more cheaper. xx
Studs are on the bottom of the cleats. Or they are the really good soccer players that are studs. :)
Cleats are normally plastic and moulded to the boot sole there are normally 6 to 8 depending on the make of the boot. The normal rugby boot will have aluminium studs which screw in for replacement and these boots carry 6 to 10 studs
Some in the Adidas F50 range have metal studs. Also the Adidas World Cup boots come with metal studs as standard. Others include the Adidas adipure 11 Pro, Nike Men's Tiempo Legend IV, Adidas adiPure IV X-TRX, Asics Lethal Tigreor 4 ST, and many others. Metallic studs are primarily used for SG (soft ground) soccer/football but may not be legal in all leagues. Always best to check with your league. Replacement spikes (plastic or nylon) are available and are easily switched with the appropriate cleat key/wrench.
No they prefer fix rubber or aluminum as the nylon stud frequently breaks down and can cause lacerations or embed in players