Astroturf And Indoor Soccer Shoes Guide: The Introduction

We’ve recently had a number of people email in, asking for reviews and info on indoor and astroturf (3G, or whatever you want to call it), and we’ve decided to start a whole guide on the subject. In this guide, we’ll first look at the soccer shoes, then we will do in-depth reviews in the manner which we do reviews for ‘normal’ football boots.

We’ve already received two pairs of indoor soccer shoes, and will be looking at the newer models (Nike5, Adidas Sala…) of turf and indoor shoes as well. Please let us know if you have any requests, and we’ll get right on it. Stay tuned!

adidas, indoor, nike


Posted on October 26, 2010


Comments on “Astroturf and Indoor Soccer Shoes Guide: The Introduction”

  1. Sohail commented on March 27, 2011 Reply

    hi…..can i know where can i get the nike…bomba or elastico or lunargato in the kingdom of saudi arabia…please….need your help!…btw how good

  2. Sohail commented on March 27, 2011 Reply

    hi…..can i know where can i get the nike…bomba or elastico or lunargato in the kingdom of saudi arabia…please….need your help!

  3. DMogie commented on January 1, 2011 Reply

    I am looking forward to see reviews about the Concave Dome, I am guessing that adidas and NIKE are taking a serious look at this shoe…

  4. Leroy commented on November 17, 2010 Reply

    j pizzo, try the nike ag , money well spent

  5. Lutz commented on October 28, 2010 Reply

    Hey I would like to see a fight between the top adidas special indoor boot(the Sala right!?) and the absolado_x in.

    What is better the indoor version of the predator, or the special boot for indoor…

    Thanks in advance!

  6. JPizzO commented on October 27, 2010 Reply

    interested how various shoes (AG, Turf and new adidas) perform on 3G grass.

    i started playing on 3G artificial grass and continue to play with traditional flat-soled indoor shoes.

    found the older Nike’s with “turf” studs gripped too well, causing trips, poor kicking and lack of ability to turn on the artificial grass.

    Traditional outdoor blades seem to skate on the surface and see too many players falling and slipping.

    i am a fan of Nike’s products for indoor but am curious how Adidas products fare.

    looking forward to the article Ben – YNWA

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