Factors To Consider When Buying A Football Boot

The right boot for you depends on two main factors:

The position you play in
The surface you play on

The position you play

If you are a winger or forward, you should go for a lightweight boot. While you should go for a lightweight boot, you should avoid going for one that is too light as it will greatly reduce your shooting power.

As a midfielder you are a versatile player; therefore, you need a versatile boot. As rule of thumb you should go for a boot that provides you the protection you need to tackle another player. The boot should also provide you with the accuracy you need to pass, shoot, and cross the ball.

Regardless of the position that you play, you should ensure that the boot you wear is a close fit. If buying a leather boot, you should buy one that is half a size smaller than it’s required as leather tends to stretch when worn.

Synthetic materials don’t stretch; therefore, you should buy a boot that is of exact size for you.

For ideal results, you should ensure that you buy the same size boot from the same brand.

If you are buying the boot for the first time you should remember that size varies depending on the manufacturer; therefore to ensure that you are buying the boot of the right size you should measure the length of your foot using a standard ruler.

The best way of doing it is measuring the size from the heel to the tip เว็บตรงทางเข้า มือถือ of your longest toe.

The surface you play on

Different boots are designed for different surfaces. For example, moulded studs are ideal for dry pitches. These boots are characterized by many studs that provide a firmer grip on the dry surfaces. The studs also provide better support thus reducing the chances of you developing blisters.

Football boots with blades are for surfaces that are between soft and hard. The good side with the studs in these boots is that it can be easily interchanged depending on the surface you are playing on.

There are also screw-in studs that are ideal for a wide range of environments. For example, longer studs are ideal for