A new pair of soccer boots should be tested for comfort, support and stability, and they must be flexible and have a good grip. They must provide protection against direct contact from either the ball or an opponent.
Go to the sports store in the afternoon as your feet may have swollen slightly by this time and also remember that different manufacturers sizes maybe different…so always try on any pair of boots you intend to buy. Consideration should be made to your foot type and the sports store’s staff should be able to assess your requirements.
There should be space of about 7mm to 10mm between your เว็บยอดนิยม ufabet longest toe and the boot material. The tongue should be well padded and with the laces tied…your foot should be protected…supported and feel comfortable.
The type of surface that you will be playing on should also be taken into consideration when choosing the most suitable boots. For example if you are playing on a wet pitch or a pitch that has medium length grass then avoid boots that have blades or metal studs. Short studs are the best option for short grass or hard pitches were the grass is worn away. Blades should not be worn as they would rapidly be worn down on the areas where no grass is present.
Artificial playing surfaces such as Astroturf require shoes with molded studs or short blades. Boots that have long blades can cause serious injury when running…twisting or turning quickly. This is because the longer blades have a tendency to stick in the surface resulting in different amount of damage to both the knee and ankle areas when you move.
Another issue that should be considered when choosing your football boots is the position that you play. Strikers and wingers normally prefer a lightweight boots that will let them accelerate faster and in some cases this means choosing blades. For defenders a good grip is vital and this is the main reason they will look for when choosing their football boots.