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What Are the Best Saicou Work Boots to Buy?

NewsID:88    Datetime:2010-11-29

 

Shopping for Saicou Work Boots store can be a confusing experience. With a range of brands, there are also different types of boots for different surfaces, conditions and ages. The most important thing to remember is to buy boots that are best for your feet, depending on the surface you will be playing on. The market is always coming up with new, innovative designs that help you get the best out of your game. Let’s examine some basic facts, and have a look at the types of boot you can buy and what surfaces they might be suitable for.
 
The amount of studs on a boot can vary from 12 to 16. Sometimes these are studs that you can screw in (like the mixed sole boot) with the larger amount of studs giving you the best in foot support. Depending on the type of pitch and the conditions, longer studs are best utilized for wetter, muddier ground and shorter studs are best for dry conditions or a harder ground. The upper part of the boot is usually synthetic or leather, but the best choice is to have a combination of both. It’s good to choose the most comfortable pair that allows you to get good control over the ball. Younger players may wear more trainer-type boots, so they can develop their ball handling skills.
 
Soft ground boots are used mainly on grass and other pitches where the ground is soft. They have removable or replaceable studs, which you can swap around depending on how soft the ground is and how much grip and control you need. It’s also handy if some of the studs get worn or broken; you can replace them without having to buy a new pair of boots. It also means that if you play on a variety of pitches, you can alter the studs on one pair without having several pairs for different conditions, which could save you money in the long run. When playing on a very wet field, the screw stud is the recommended standard. The studs come in a range of materials, mainly plastic, rubber and metal.
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Hard ground boots have fixed studs. Usually they are closer in design to a trainer, in that the sole has lots of smaller, flatter studs that are made of rubber, giving you good grip when playing on astro surfaces and other hard pitches. They are designed to support your feet rather than sink into a soft surface. There are also a range of firm ground boots, which have short studs and blades so that good grip is given when the ground is not soft enough for long studs or hard enough for very short ones. These are also fixed and come with varied amounts of studs.
 

For the professional worker, or if you just fancy spending a bit more on a boot, you can buy innovative designs, with different technologies that give you more foot and ankle support from the shoe, while allowing you the best control over the ball. Depending on how much you want to spend or whether you play for fun or are going professional, many basic style work boots  will do the job very well, and while not being as expensive are still very good quality and should last well. Just remember to wear the correct type of shoe for the type of ground you play on, so that your feet stay strong, supported and healthy.

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