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The 10 Best Football Shoes Fully Reviewed

last updated Mar 20, 2019

Well, would you look at the time? Football season is back upon us, and you know what that means: time to buy new supplies. Obviously, if you play on a team, then a lot of the supplies is already provided for you, such as uniforms, protective gear, the ball and so on. However, certain things need to be personally bought, such as cups and other gear that needs to be specially chosen for your specific size. No two body types are ever quite alike, after all. Which brings us to the subject of today’s buying guide: football shoes.

In a Hurry? The test winner after 15 hrs of research

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 Under Armour Highlight
95.4/100 our score
Traction
98
Breathability
96
Fit
95
Support
95
Durability
93
Under Armour Highlight
Why is it better?

Clutchfit upper

3D molded MPZ tongue

Affordable in small to mid-sizes

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 Under Armour Highlight
Test Winner: Under Armour Highlight
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#1
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
95.4
Traction
98%
Breathability
96%
Fit
95%
Support
95%
Durability
93%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$139.99
#2
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
94.4
Traction
97%
Upper
95%
Protection
94%
Support
94%
Value
92%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$53.99
#3
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
93.4
Traction
96%
Upper
94%
Protection
93%
Support
93%
Value
91%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$49.99
#4
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
91.4
Traction
95%
Upper
92%
Protection
91%
Support
91%
Value
88%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$90.00
#5
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
90.4
Traction
94%
Upper
91%
Protection
90%
Support
90%
Value
87%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$45.00
#6
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
89
Traction
93%
Upper
90%
Protection
88%
Support
88%
Value
86%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$70.00
#7
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
87.2
Traction
92%
Upper
88%
Protection
86%
Support
86%
Value
84%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$40.00
#8
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
85.4
Traction
91%
Upper
86%
Protection
84%
Support
84%
Value
82%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$89.00
#9
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
83.8
Traction
90%
Upper
85%
Protection
82%
Support
82%
Value
80%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$69.90
#10
The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
81.8
Traction
89%
Upper
82%
Protection
80%
Support
80%
Value
78%
Price Comparison Last Updated (21.05.19)
$79.36
In Depth Review Top 10
  • Under Armour Highlight
  • Nike Vapor Shark 2
  • Under Armour Hammer
  • Adidas Freak X
  • Nike Alpha Pro 2
  • Nike Vapor Strike 5
  • Under Armour Crusher
  • Nike Alpha Field General
  • Nike Alpha Menace
  • Nike Lunarbeast
Table of contents
  • Criteria Used for Evaluation
  • Frequently Asked Questions
  • Sources

Top 10 Picks

1. Under Armour Highlight

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
95.4
 Under Armour Highlight
Traction
98
Breathability
96
Fit
95
Support
95
Durability
93
best offer for today
$139.99
Pros:

Clutchfit upper

3D molded MPZ tongue

Affordable in small to mid-sizes

Cons:

Expensive in larger sizes

Kicking off our list (pun gleefully intended) we have the Under Armour UA Highlight Cleats. Under Armour are one of the best sportswear companies out there right now, and if you’re looking for style, support, and performance all rolled into a single package, then you cannot go wrong with the UA Highlight Cleats. What makes these cleats so amazing? Well, let’s take a look and find out.

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Clutchfit technology

Under Armour’s patented Clutchfit technology is a unique design flourish to the upper of the shoe. Unique in that there are technically two layers to the upper. The interior layer of the upper contours itself perfectly to the shape of your foot, providing you with an amazing feel, an easier experience with breaking in the shoe, and a superior overall performance.

MPZ tongue

The tongue of this shoe is made from 3D molded MPZ. This means that the tongue of this shoe will adapt much faster and much smoother to the shape of your foot when you wear it for the first time. Providing additional protection and making the process of breaking in the shoe faster and easier.

Cost and Value

Like a lot of the shoes on this list, this shoe comes in various different sizes, with a different price for each price, steadily climbing in price. In smaller sizes, the price of this shoe is perfectly reasonable. However, in larger sizes, that’s when you find yourself paying the big bucks.

2. Nike Vapor Shark 2

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
94.4
 Nike Vapor Shark 2
Traction
97
Upper
95
Protection
94
Support
94
Value
92
best offer for today
$53.99
Pros:

Fastflex technology paired with strategically placed cleats

Phylon midsole

Comfortable synthetic upper

Cons:

Runs a bit small

In our second-place spot goes the Nike Vapor Shark 2. If your style of playing is all about staying quick on your feet and being as fast and as agile as you can be, then these are the shoes you need to go for. Expect to see a lot of Nike on this list, because when it comes to making high-quality sportswear, shoes, in particular, they have pretty much everyone else beat when it comes to sheer consistency.

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Strategically placed cleats

You can’t just put cleats just anywhere on the bottom of a football shoe. One cleat out of place, and you’ll end up tripping the poor player who’s wearing it, sending them face first into the ground. Which would be hilarious, but not what a manufacturer like Nike wants. So, Nike not only implemented their patented fast flex technology, which alone makes their shoes famous, but they strategically placed their cleats on the shoe to complement that technology.

Phylon midsole

One of the most important parts of a shoe’s anatomy is the midsole. It’s the source of most of its shock absorption and thus is paramount for a shoe meant to be used to help a football player run at top speed. As such, the midsole of this shoe is made from a flexible material known as Phylon, which offers responsive cushioning to the most sensitive part of your foot.

Cost and Value

Like before, this shoe comes in various sizes, the price increasing with the increase of the size. However, the latter prices for these shoes are far more expensive than the previous entry, which cost this otherwise fantastic shoe the top spot.

3. Under Armour Hammer

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
93.4
 Under Armour Hammer
Traction
96
Upper
94
Protection
93
Support
93
Value
91
best offer for today
$49.99
Pros:

EVA foam footbed

Rubber molded cleats

Tighter and cheaper price range

Cons:

The shoe is a bit on the narrow side

Finishing up our top 3, we have another excellent entry from Under Armour, with the Hammer Mid Rm Football Shoe. This is a shoe you wear when you want to feel stable and in control of your movements, both when you’re standing still and when you’re moving. Which can be quite the calming thought when you’re staring down three men all bigger and yet faster than you, whom you have to outrun when the ball is passed to you.

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EVA footbed

If there’s any part of the shoe that needs to be perfected if comfort and control are the priority, it needs to be the footbed. This, as you can guess, is where you put down your foot when you put on the shoe. So, when you’re making a sneaker or other sports-related shoe, the footbed needs to be as comfortable and shock absorbent as possible. Both of which, as it happens, are particular specialties of EVA foam.

Rubber molded cleats

Some cleats are made from plastic, others are made from rubber. In this case, the cleats of this shoe are made from rubber molds, which are carefully crafted to give the cleats superior traction on pretty much any surface they come across. You’ll be legitimately amazed at the grip these shoes can pull off.

Cost and Value

Once more, different sizes equal different prices. However, the price range on this shoe is a lot more reasonable than the previous entries, making it much more desirable as a result.

4. Adidas Freak X

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
91.4
 Adidas Freak X
Traction
95
Upper
92
Protection
91
Support
91
Value
88
best offer for today
$90.00
Pros:

DuPont Kevlar plate

Soft mesh lining of the upper

Larger sizes are priced very reasonably

Cons:

Smaller sizes are very expensive

In the #4 spot, we have the Adidas Freak X Carbon Mid Football Shoe. Like Nike, you’ve more than likely heard of Adidas, as they are one of the most famous shoemakers in America, and possibly the world. Used by everyone from professional athletes, to kids whose sole exercise is simply jogging to school, Adidas has an entry for everyone. And the Freak X is no different.

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DuPont Kevlar plate

If you’re in any way interested in firearms, then you’ve likely heard the term Kevlar being thrown around at some point. Kevlar is an incredibly durable, shock absorbent material most famous for its use in bulletproof vests. And the plate of this shoe is made from one of the more durable versions of Kevlar; DuPont Kevlar. Not only giving this shoe superior strength and traction but also keeping it light as a feather in the process.

Soft mesh lining of the upper

The upper of this shoe is incredibly soft and breathable, while still managing to provide the stability and support needed for a shoe like this. The upper sleeve of this shoe is often compared to the feeling of a sock, and it isn’t hard to see why, as it mimics that same warmth as it contours to the shape of your foot as you put it on.

Cost and Value

The price range on this shoe is a bit more unforgiving than the previous entry. Though, this time, not because of the prices of the larger entries. Instead, while the larger sizes are actually priced rather fairly, the smaller sizes are very expensive.

5. Nike Alpha Pro 2

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
90.4
 Nike Alpha Pro 2
Traction
94
Upper
91
Protection
90
Support
90
Value
87
best offer for today
$45.00
Pros:

Made from nikeskin

Cushioned heel

Cheap in smaller sizes

Cons:

Obscenely expensive in larger sizes

In our #5 spot, we have the Nike Alpha Pro 2. Once more returning to our friends at Nike, we have yet another great entry for their line of football shoes. This time coming to us from their world-famous Alpha line of shoes. Does the Alpha Pro 2 live up to its pedigree? Let’s take a look and find out for ourselves.

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Nikeskin

If there is one thing that binds together all of Nike’s cleats and other sports related shoes, then it’s the material that comprises them: Nikeskin. Nikeskin is an originally developed material created by Nike, a mix of different materials to create one that is both incredibly durable, very lightweight, and easy to maintain and clean.

Cushioned heel

While the rest of your foot is important, your heel is a top priority. It’s what connects your foot to the rest of your body, and if you want to keep running or even walking at peak efficiency, then you need to keep your heel in top conditions. Which is why so much cushioning is prioritized on the heel of this shoe.

Cost and Value

The big problem with this shoe is the price range. Once more, we’re back to the large size versions of the shoe being the most expensive, as in larger sizes of this shoe can get up to obscene prices for a pair of shoes.

6. Nike Vapor Strike 5

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
89
 Nike Vapor Strike 5
Traction
93
Upper
90
Protection
88
Support
88
Value
86
best offer for today
$70.00
Pros:

Strategically placed cleats

Padded mesh tongue

Affordable price range

Cons:

Runs small

In the #6 slot, we stay on Nike for a bit longer with the Nike Vapor Strike 5. The vapor line is one of the more fascinating lines that Nike has to offer. It’s nowhere near the quality of the Alpha line, but it still has the resilience to stand above almost any other football shoe on the market. How can this be? Well, let’s take a look and find out.

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Strategically placed cleats

We once again have high quality molded rubber cleats, but what sets these apart is the fact that they’re primarily placed around the outer edges of the underside of the foot. You would think this to be counterproductive, but it’s actually quite the contrary. This leaves you with just the right amount of traction for movement, without the cleats digging too deep into the ground and hindering your movements.

Padded mesh tongue

The tongue isn’t really an issue a majority of the time. It’s just there to provide a barrier between you and the laces. However, it can also be a great source of comfort while wearing the shoe, which is why the Vapor Strike 5 makes its tongue out of padded mesh. Making it more durable as well as more breathable.

Cost and Value

The price range of this shoe is very reasonable. While yes, the larger sizes go into the triple digits, as is to be expected, it’s one of the more reasonable prices of that price gap, so at least if you need the larger size, you won’t be paying as much.

7. Under Armour Crusher

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
87.2
 Under Armour Crusher
Traction
92
Upper
88
Protection
86
Support
86
Value
84
best offer for today
$40.00
Pros:

Lightweight, comfy, yet powerful

Synthetic leather upper

EVA footbed

Cons:

Runs small

In the #7 spot, we return to our friends from Under Armour with the Crusher Molded Football Cleats. While it’s been a few entries since last we featured an Under Armour product, don’t take that to means that our #7 pick can’t measure up. It is, in fact, one of the best items on the list.

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Lightweight, comfy, yet powerful

These cleats achieve the perfect balance between being lightweight and comfortable to walk in, while still being tough, durable, and aggressive with the traction when you need it to be. And the amount of cleats on the bottom of the shoe, and the arrangement thereof is just right.

Synthetic leather upper

Many people prefer normal leather to synthetic for their shoes, but for the upper of this shoe, it actually works very well. For one, it helps the sleek, clean and fast look for the shoe overall, but it also provides excellent support and a comfortable feeling when wearing it.

Cost and Value

A very average price range, for what we’ve seen on this list thus far. Not too expensive in either highs or lows, but it could definitely be cheaper.

8. Nike Alpha Field General

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
85.4
 Nike Alpha Field General
Traction
91
Upper
86
Protection
84
Support
84
Value
82
best offer for today
$89.00
Pros:

Crosshatch webbing upper

Phylon wedge

Synthetic materials

Cons:

Pricey

Starting off our final 3 of this list, we have our #8 spot, our good friends from Nike stopping by again for the Nike Alpha Field General. This is considered by many to be one of the best in the entire Alpha line, and as we will demonstrate with the following, it isn’t hard to see why.

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Crosshatch webbing upper

One of the many alternatives to shoelaces, since playing a football game doesn’t exactly leave you with the time to retie your shoelaces every 5.87 seconds, are webbing shoes. And there are many ways to make a webbing shoe, but this shoe’s style, the crosshatch webbing, is one of the better versions. It makes for an adaptive, dynamic fit that athletes appreciate.

Phylon wedge

Unlike a lot of the other entries on this list, which would be defined as platform shoes, these are wedge shoes. The big difference is that the heel and midsole sections of the underbelly are essentially the same segment of the shoe, or at least perform the same function in conjunction with each other. That function is, of course, support and better responsiveness from the shoe when you walk in it. Which is why the wedge of this shoe is made from Phylon, famous for its responsiveness and comfort to use.

Cost and Value

Once more, the big problem with this shoe is the price. The high price that this shoe reaches in larger sizes is some of the highest costs we’ve featured thus far on our list. So, if you have larger feet and need a football shoe in a larger size, you may need to skip this one.

9. Nike Alpha Menace

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
83.8
 Nike Alpha Menace
Traction
90
Upper
85
Protection
82
Support
82
Value
80
best offer for today
$69.90
Pros:

Flywire technology

TPU plate

Very affordable in smaller sizes

Cons:

Very narrow

In our second to final entry, we have our second to the last presentation from Nike, with the Nike Alpha Menace Pro Cleats. While not a particularly famous member of the Alpha line, it nonetheless deserves praise as a member of that line, as well as simply an excellent pair of football shoes in and of themselves.

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Flywire technology

We’ve all had this experience with a pair of shoes: you’re running at top speed, and then, the shoes you were convinced fit you perfectly completely do a 180 spin and now you’re running with an upside-down shoe. You need a way to secure your shoes better, which is why this shoe comes with Flywire technology, to help give it a better lockdown fit to your foot, so that doesn’t happen.

TPU plate

The layer of rubber or other materials that the cleats are mounted on the underside of the shoe is known as the plate. Obviously, you want to make sure that the plate is as sturdy as the cleats that are mounted on it, which is why this plate is made from the ultra-durable material known as TPU.

Cost and Value

We’ve gone over how expensive these shoes can get in larger sizes, but now we come to the apotheosis of this, as the largest size in this shoe’s lineup has the highest price tag on this list by far. Thankfully smaller sizes are far more forgiving.

10. Nike Lunarbeast

The rating is based on the average rating (1-100) from all the criteria in which we rated this product.
81.8
 Nike Lunarbeast
Traction
89
Upper
82
Protection
80
Support
80
Value
78
best offer for today
$79.36
Pros:

Features make it perfect for the defensive position

Springy flexibility

The high cut collar provides plenty of ankle support

Cons:

Pricey

In our final entry, the #10 spot, we, of course, can only end this one way, with an entry from Nike. In this case, the Nike Lunarbeast Pro Cleats. Now, one may think these to be a black sheep of sorts considering they’re so far below other Nike entries on this list. However, if it was such a black sheep, we would’ve left it off entirely. In truth, this is one very well-made pair of shoes.

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Perfect for the defensive position

What position you typically find yourself in during a game should be a major deciding factor in what kind of football shoes you buy. Case in point, the Lunarbeast. The Lunarbeast is specially made for defensive positions and very little else. This mostly has to do with its high-cut collar, which adds to the support for your ankles. Meanwhile, the Flywire cables along the midsection help the stability of your midfoot.

Springy flexibility

But standing firm against the oncoming team is only half of being in defense. The other half is pushing back, hard. And to do this, you need a shoe that will help you bounce back from anything trying to push you the other direction. Which is what this shoe specializes in.

Cost and Value

While the price range for this shoe isn’t as bad as the previous entry, it’s still rather pricey. But then this is legitimately meant to be used by actual pro football players, so maybe that just makes sense.

Criteria Used for Evaluation

Traction

Traction

When you make a list of shoes, all of which are cleated, then the first thing you need to consider is how well those cleats actually do their job. And thankfully, this is a pretty well-established science nowadays. The materials manufacturers use to make cleats are typically very high-quality rubber. Rubber may seem like an odd choice for things meant not to move but ask any physics major, and they’ll tell you that just the right amount of slack and give is important when trying to stop something that’s moving very fast, or when you’re trying to move very fast on the hard ground. If your cleats are too stiff, then there won’t be sufficient give when you hit the ground, and that could end up tripping you like if you ran over a branch. Traction is all about knowing when to give slack, and when to push back.

Breathability

Breathability

Even on those cool spring night games, your feet are going to be sweating up a storm due to how much exercise you’re putting them through. And while you don’t have to worry, of course, about your shoes flying off because of all the perspiration, too much sweat can still distract you from playing at full speed, and thus throw off your concentration just enough for that other player to tackle you to the ground, wretch away the ball, and cost your team the round. However, if you get shoes that breathe properly, then you cut down the amount of hot air that’s trapped with your feet by a wide margin. You also drastically reduce the risk of athlete’s foot by an equally wide amount because of how little you’ll be sweating.

Fit

Fit

Obviously, you want your shoes to fit right when you buy them, especially at the prices a lot of these professional football shoes are asking of you. As long as you buy the right size for your foot, you should be fine in this regard. However, there is another matter. It’s one thing for a shoe to fit when you’re just casually walking around. It’s another thing entirely for that same shoe to still fit when you’re running at top speed, constantly changing your trajectory and direction on a dime.

In this case, “fit” refers to how firmly the shoe stays on the foot under extreme conditions, which is vital for the success of a pair of football shoes. When the game really shoots into high gear, you need your shoes to be 100% reliable all the time, there is no good time for them to be otherwise during the game. So, if you’re looking for your very first pair of football shoes, then this should be considered your #1 priority in terms of criteria.

Support

Support

No matter if you’re looking for a professional level pair of football shoes, or simply a decent pair of jogging shoes, you will always need your shoes to support you. This can mean any number of things, from placing certain amounts of cushioning on vital regions of the foot, to giving the sole an extra springiness to it in order to increase your launching speed. Depending on the physical condition of your toes, you may need specific supports in specific areas. But we didn’t really consider that since it’s a bit too situational to be an effective criterion. Instead, we measured based on the amount of general support the shoe gave, and how cleverly implemented it was.

Durability

Durability

Like every other piece of equipment, you bring out into that field, not to mention your fragile, squishy body, your football shoes are going to be put through the ringer by the other team and by yourself in trying to outpace them. As such, much more focus is put by manufacturers of football shoes compared to other types of shoes, into making sure that these shoes can take what this sport will inevitably dish out. Nike, of course, has their Nikeskin, a durable material made up of other materials, but others use either authentic or synthetic leather. We judged each entry based on the performance review by the various customers who bought them since that’s about as good a source as you can get with this sort of thing.

Value

Price

As you’ve seen with the list, these shoes do not come cheap. Even the very affordable ones, at their smallest price, still cost quite a bit as far as the double-digit price range goes. They really only seem cheap because you have the latter end of the price spectrum to act as a comparison. But regardless, they are more than worth the price, each offering a wide variety of features that, while adding to the price, also add to the value of the product. Believe it or not, it costs quite a bit of money to make these shoes as good as they are. Considering the conditions, they’re building them to be able to withstand, it stands to reason that it would cost quite the pretty penny to make them up to the challenge.

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Football shoes really are the most vital part of the wardrobe of any self-respecting football player. And definitely one of the most versatile. They have to be since a football player has a lot of different positions and jobs that they have to fulfill every game, whether it be offense, defense, or throwing. And if you want a pair that'll last, remember: you get what you pay for. So don't be stingy, especially if you're an avid player.

Frequently Asked Questions

q: If football shoes are so important, why aren’t they standard issue with every team just like protective gear and the balls are?
a:

Because unlike those items, shoes are a bit more complicated. On top of there being a lot of manufacturers that would rather not lose all the money standard issue football shoes would cost them, shoes come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes that no one general manufacturer is going to be able to handle.

Not to say they couldn’t produce a whole line of football shoes for every conceivable physical condition involving feet, including different, specified cushioning and supports. If you got the right manufacturing firm to handle this, it is conceivable that they could get OCD about this completely. However, it would be too many variables and too much work and ground to cover for a single manufacturer for it to be worth it. Having multiple independent manufacturers to do such specific work saves time, money, and resources, and ensures that everyone who can become a football player, will have the shoes that they need to do so.

q: What exactly changes about a football shoe when it’s specified for a single position, be it offensive or defensive or so on?
a:

A couple of things, actually. For one, the position of the cleats often changes between both the brand of a manufacturer who made it as well as the position it’s meant for. A runner’s cleats, for instance, will have the cleats positioned at the outer edges, so as to ensure effectiveness without having so much traction so as to slow you down.

Meanwhile, a defense player’s shoes will have cleats much more prominently across the plate of the shoe. This is because, unlike a runner, they need as much traction as they can possibly get, as their job is to hold back a full grown and very muscular human being while the guy behind them tries to get the ball.

How much the shoe breathes will also be a factor. Every shoe needs to breathe, of course, but shoes typically do this via mesh lining on the upper, which gets the job done but at the expense of durability. And some positions need their shoes to be extra durable compared to others.

There are plenty of other differences we could go over, but we feel you get the idea. It’s suggested that you have as many types of football shoes as you have preferred positions during a game. That way, you’re always prepared.

q: How are football cleats different than other cleats for other sports?
a:

Football shoes have longer cleats than other sports such as baseball and or soccer. The leather is also thicker on a football shoe to protect your foot when it gets stepped on.

Sources

  1. Wikipedia, Cleat,
  2. Wise Geek, What Are Cleats?,
  3. Healthfully, What Are TPU Cleats?,