So the holidays are over and spring is fast approaching which can mean only on thing; youth soccer season starts up again, and kids need new shoes. But whether your child has been playing for a few seasons, or is just starting out there’s no need to shell out over $25 for a decent pair of cleats. The Youth Nike Premier 3 FG-R is a great pair of cleats at a great price. This particular version is black and pink, and is popular with girls all over the world as they take the field. Its a clean, classy look that won’t go down badly with parents or kids.
These youth soccer cleats are made from a soft, pvc-free synthetic leather, and are very durable. For me, this is one of the biggest positives of these shoes as there is nothing worse for a parent than having to buy two pairs of youth cleats in one season. They are also easy to clean and have a good fit to them giving a great ball feel for any player. A high-density die-cut recycled EVA sockliner keeps feet comfortable on the inside, and helps the shoes stay smelling fresh for longer.
Another cool feature on these shoes are the inject rubber bottom that combines conical rubber forefoot studs and bladed studs on the heel for a great compromise in traction and stud pressure reduction. The rubber cleats on the bottom mean this shoe can be used on turf field as well with out too much discomfort for the player or damage to the turf. Overall, its a rough and tumble shoe for rough and tumble kids that will hold up well, play on different surfaces, and won’t break the bank. You can pick u pa pair today from our favorite sponsor, soccerpro.com
Written by: Matthew Wall, editor, soccerprose.com
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I've played soccer since I could walk thanks to my father and love keeping up on all the latest gear and gab. I'm in my twenties, and I'm lucky enough to have found work in search marketing for a leading soccer retailer after completing my M.A. at Georgetown in 2008. My team is Liverpool, and national side is Ireland, but I've also got a passion for GAA and a number of sports. Feel free to give me a shout on Google+