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Discussion in 'Soccer Boots' started by Arachas, Mar 25, 2012.

  1. DeMpSeYfan6

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    Perhaps but they looked pretty good. Either way they should mix it up and some color
     


  2. Kasmatsu

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    I wear Joma Top Flex. They are amazing. The previous Joma comment above said the leather hard. I disagree. Maybe there is a difference between colors, but I have black ones and they are the softest boots I have ever seen. I never understood all the comment people make about touch and feel when talking about boots until I tried these Joma. They just love the ball.

    I have Copa indoors and Nike T-7 / Bomba Pros for comparison. Plus all kinds of Diadora, Lotto and Pumas. Even compared to high end FG boots like Legends, Adipures my Joma are softer.
     
  3. Litmanen

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    Any news or pics on the next Nike 5 line? ;):confused:
     
  4. gwood88

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    Does anyone else get terrible blisters from playing on a gym floor?

    It seems like every time I play indoor my feet just get torn up. It's always on the ball of my foot. I put in cushioning pads under the insole but they didn't really help.
     


  5. ArsenalCesc4

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    Hello! I wear Nike Bomba Pro (turf). I have wide feet so I use half size up. Now I´ll be playing on futsal courts and I want to buy the Nike Elastico Pro. I only can buy them through internet, so I CAN´T tray them on. Help me with this doubt: How is the sizing of the Elastico Pro? I wear US08 1/2 with the Bomba Pro. Thanks!!
     
  6. SPA2TACU5

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    I don't think it's the floor but the shoes.
    Like I said, I got terrible blisters I wore my Bomba Pro ID's the first coupla times.

    I had the same problem, but luckily my Nikes seem to be the same size (10) as
    all of my other Nikes (previous indoor, tennis, running, casual).
     
  7. Mercurial4991

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    Hey guys, I have one more question before purchasing my new pair of indoors.

    What are the differences between the Samba Classics and the Millennium?
     
  8. snowman3000

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    I recently got a pair of Nike Elastico Pro, I'm happy with them. Very comfortable since the first game, light and flexible. Grip is ok, I've experienced better tho, the rubber sole is very hard. They fit a half size smaller compared to all the other cleats I wear, so try them beforehand

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  9. InTheUpper90s

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    millenium's have a sort of "split sole" instead of just one sole running from end to end on the underside like the classics also the classics have the trademark floppy adidas tongue and the millennium's do not i believe
     
  10. Mercurial4991

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    Guess i'll just get a pair of Classics. Thanks !
     
  11. Mercurial4991

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    One last question, anyone have the Pele Sports Radium? Or the Pele Sports Radium Stealth K? Really interested in the K leather version, seen a couple of positive reviews on the Radiums.
     
  12. kev1n9121

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    got an old pair of mystic iii's for indoor and just cut off the tongue cause it's annoying. hasn't disappointed since
     
  13. gwood88

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    That's what I use to think when I first started playing indoor but then I got new shoes, I switched from the Samba's to the adipower's, and there was no improvement.
     
  14. Arachas

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    Ordered me a pair of Mizuno Futsal 3's. They arrived yesterday and although they look awesome, the fit wasn't right for me. The front of my foot had far too much space to wiggle. If you often struggle with your toes being pressed together, this might be the shoe for you.

    So I returned them and requested a pair of Joma Top Flex 101's. Let's see how those turn out.
     
  15. SPA2TACU5

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    A couple of months later:
    Worst shoes I've ever owned.
    Why? 'Cause after only a couple hours of futsal the laces ripped and the sole started to break off.
    And what does Nike have to say?
     
  16. newoob

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    i have a quick question maybe yall can help with. I got the adidas predator in and was unsure if i go 9 1/2 or 9 i asked the man at the sports athourity to help me but he look like he did not know whta he was doing. i tryed the 9 on and my toe was all the way up front but when i walked or run there was pressur on my big toe so i went or 9 and 1/2 on the shoe there is a little wiggle room i would say half tumb from my toe to tip of shoe. but when i sit down there is plenty of room. so my question is for indoor shoes do you need to size like you would for cleat boots. or do you go by your normal shoe size i normal were a 10 but am in a 9 and 1/2 right now with the adidas so should i go back and get the 9 or should i stick to 9 1/2. like i said they really were not help at sports anthourity
     
  17. SPA2TACU5

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    If there's pressure/contact on your big toe when you're playing, you're gonna end up with blue (bloody) toe nails and they will fall off - like mine :)
    But if the other size is too large don't go for that either. You won't have enough ball control.
    Pick a different brand with different sizes. (ie. I don't fit Adidas; either too big or too small for me)
     
  18. ejgrownarseman

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    Yea, you want a little more space at the front in indoors or else you'll lose your toenails.
     
  19. gwood88

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    You can always wear thick socks or double sock for a tighter fit.

    I had the adipower indoors and I thought they were just ok. If you haven't purchased them yet I would strongly suggest checking out the Joma Top Flex. They seem to be one of the best and pretty cheap as well.

    http://soccerreviewsforyou.com/joma_top_flex_indoor
     
  20. serginhobertholi

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    try double insoles!
     
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  22. Dr. Boots

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    This looks way too high off the ground.
     
  23. David89

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    be like your playing on the moon in those
     

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