i always cary 3 pair to events... 1 pair of track shoes with golf spikes for dry dirt, hard clay, turf, or low cut grass. 1 pair of molded mike baseball cleats low top for muddy conditions, and 1 pair of diadaria soccer cleats for high grass.
have a selection with you and youll be fine. i also suggest every one who wears low tops wear cheap ankle braces as support. this makes a huge difference after years and years of playing once or twice a week.
I went to Sports Authority last night and bought some Nike Tiempo II socc..errr football cleats for 37 bucks and they are light/comfy as hell. I had a pair of the indoor football ones and they lasted a long time and took a LOT of abuse so these should last a while as well.
Puma 5000m's or Puma Speeders. The 5000's are hard to find now, so I got myself a pair of the speeders which are extremely similar to the 5000's at an outlet store for half off which ended up being 30 bucks, and they're phenomenal.
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If you are looking for a soccer style cleat with ankle support check our rugby boots. I work for a soccer, lacrosse and rugby online shoe store and I have found that rugby and lacrosse cleats are best for people looking for ankle support. Hard ground soccer cleats are best for front players.
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