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Soccer Gear - Youth Soccer Cleats

Spring is here, which means soccer season is just around the corner. We've got the 411 on the latest soccer cleats!

Youth Soccer Cleats - Puma Esito III Pro

Puma Esito III Pro The Puma Esito III Pro is the perfect shoe for beginners of the sport. It's a stable and reliable cleat and doesn't look half bad either with the white Puma emblem across the middle, as well as the gold trim to complement the black. The foldover tongue is also a good touch. The best part of all is you won't have to save up your allowance to buy this shoe! Retail - $25 US.

 

Youth Soccer Cleats - Nike Mercurial Steam

Nike Mercurial Steam Nike has come through with this lightweight and sleek soccer shoe. It has synthetic leather and great cushioning for your feet and you got to love the colors of these kicks - shiny grey with a Dijon mustard yellow heel. This one seriously good looking shoe! If these colors don't float your boat, it also comes in white and black. Retail - $50 US.

 

 

Youth Soccer Cleats - Adidas F30.6 TRX

Adidas F30.6 TRX It won't be hard to score some compliments when you are sporting the Adidas F30.6 TRX's! The shoe has a smooth design with its shiny black sides and cool silver stripes. The shoelace cover not only makes the shoes look cooler, but also gives you an increased kicking area! This Adidas shoe also has a snug fit and is super light. Retail - $50 US.

Youth Soccer Cleats - Diadora Brasil E

Diadora Brasil E The Diadora Brasil E is about as plain-looking a shoe as you're going to get. But don't think this isn't a quality shoe just because it doesn't pass the flash test. It has a shock-absorbing sole and the Axeler Technology gives you soccer studs maximum stability on the field. Plus, the ankle collar and the soft-grained leather make for one comfortable shoe. Retail - $45 US.

 

 

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