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Need durable boots for playing football? We design a range of football boots for each one of you. Our Football boots come with a comfortable insole that allows you to play comfortably on the pitch. The football studs provide you with a good grip while you play on soft ground. Good fit, safety, or abrasion resistance- we provide all of it. Now unlock your potential with the best Football boots.
Designed for intermediate footballers playing on hard or short artificial pitches, looking for comfort & cushioning to be able to focus on their game.
Looking for durable shoes for beginning Futsal? We develop futsal shoes for beginners who are learning their first technical skills. These shoes will keep you safe as you learn your first technical skills. It comes with non-marking natural rubber sole helps you get good footing and grip, provides abrasion resistance and good fit.
Decathlon Football Shoes are more Durable & Affordable.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Q1. How to clean your/my football shoes?
CLEANING IN THE SHOWER: A BAD IDEA
This is the easiest solution and certainly the fastest, but washing your football shoes in the shower after a game is to be avoided. Because beyond the risk of being called to order by your trainer after blocking the showers with mud, it's anything but good for the product. By dint of submerging them completely underwater, you risk damaging all the materials that keep the shoe in shape and therefore deteriorate the good support of the foot. Not to mention that it is the best way to proliferate fungi, often invisible, inside the shoe.
THE BNP METHOD: BRUSHING, CLEANING, PAMPERING
1 / Start with a good brushing to remove most of the soil that has become encrusted under the sole and on the upper. 2 / Take a cloth or a sponge, with soapy water, and let's go: clean the entire shoe until all traces are removed. 3 / A pair of football boots is a sacred object: once washed, don't forget to finish with the pampering, this is the step that will prolong the life of your favourite pair. In the world of football shoes, pampering is the last step in the manufacture of a shoe, just before packaging, in order to eliminate any imperfection on the shoe (glue, marking, trace) and to deliver a perfect product. Likewise, if you want your studs to remain in perfect condition with each use, polish the details with a damp toothbrush (laces, seams, nooks), and finish by wiping a dry cloth over the laces. whole shoe.
STORAGE AND DRYING
You should never leave your football shoes in a plastic bag at the bottom of the bag. On the contrary, we must let them breathe. Take them out when you get home, remove the insole, and put them in a dry, ventilated place. It is very important to store your shoes in the open air, and especially not in the sun or under a heater; the rod materials may harden and crack. If you have to play again the next day, fill them with newspaper so that it quickly absorbs all the moisture inside the shoe. Finally, if you want to avoid any comments at home about the smell of your shoes, sprinkle talcum powder or baking soda inside and on the sock liner.
Q2. Should football shoes be tight?
The criterion to take into account when buying your football boot is the style of play and fit. Indeed, some models are designed to provide great comfort, others to benefit from a unique touch of the ball. and / or even optimal support. It is therefore essential to know the benefits you are looking for before you start. If you stop at the aesthetic or just look for the model of your favourite player, you may have some surprises! It is possible that these crampons are suitable for you but the possibility that this is not the case remains high ... Your morphology or fit is also a criterion to take into account. Footballers with wide feet will agree with me, a shoe that is too tight, for example, is not ideal for giving the best of yourself. We recommend leaving 1/4 inch gap between your toe and front of the boot.