Nike cleats come in a variety of styles that should be worn depending on the sport to play, the position you play in that sport, how your foot moves when doing athletic activity and the size and shape of your report itself. Choosing the best cleats for your sporting habits is an important part of getting the right equipment will help prevent injury and improve your performance in the big game.
For soccer or football players, Nike wide cleats should be chosen according to what position you play on the field. Anyone in the goal should choose cleats that offer the utmost traction that allows you to switch directions quickly and never slip. Defensive players should choose Nike cleats that have a strong kick zone for long passes and a moderate amount of traction underneath. Offensive players need the lightest weight cleats that allow for both lateral and forward and back quick movements.
Other than proper fit on your foot and the right type of Nike cleats takes for your playing position, the style you purchase also depends on the type of field you play on. There are Nike cleats specifically for hard ground, firm ground, soft ground and artificial turf. If you play on a combination, a standard midrange pair of cleats should work if you do not want to buy more than one pair.
Other options on different styles of Nike cleats to take into account include: what the shoes or boots themselves are made of, if the fabric is breathable or not, how heavy the shoe is, if the length and width are appropriate for your foot shape and how much the cleats cost.