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2007 Track Cleats

Before you set world records, you must have the right cleats on the track. Kidzworld found some can't-miss sprinting cleats!

Track Cleats - Adidas adiStar

Adidas adiStar. There is no question you will stand out with the Adidas adiStar. Depending on your fashion tastes, this cleat is either really bold or really ugly. The pumpkin colors are a little much, but the laceless feature is pretty cool. One thing we can agree on is this cleats performance. It fits incredibly and is lightweight. Retail - $80 US.

Track Cleats - Brooks Twitch

Brooks Twitch. The Brooks Twitch brings fashion and individuality to the track. If you are a sprinter with a little edge to him, you may want to check these kicks out! The graffiti Brooks logo along the side is a unique and creative idea. On top of the design, these shoes perform well and are versatile and extremely light. Retail - $50 US.

Track Cleats - Nike Monster Fly

Nike Monster Fly. The Nike Monster Fly is probably the most technologically advanced sprinting track cleat out there. Designed specifically for the advanced sprinter, it has features that increases stability and maximizes comfort. The Shox technology encourages proper sprinting form and adds a little pizzazz to the shoe. The Monster Fly is definitely a pretty cool looking shoe and it comes in three other cool colors. It should score you a few compliments at the track, but at over 100 bucks, are those compliments really worth it? This cleat is also a tad bit heavy for a sprint shoe. Retail - $135 US.

Track Cleats - Asics Hyperspeed

Asics Hyperspeed. The Asics Hyperspeed is as versatile as Michael Vick on the football field. It can be used for either the 100, 200 or 400 meter races. The internal fit system gives your feet a custom feel with good air flow. Excellent traction and durability also makes these shoes desirable. The Hyperspeed has a great design as well. The fading diamond pattern is a good touch to this smooth black shoe. This sprint shoe also comes in yellow. Retail - $45 US.

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