If you look at the history of shoes for soccer (this is correctly called cleats), you'll see that it all started with leather, work boot soles with spikes. So the main difference between the boots from any other athletic Shoe - spikes, which do not allow the sole to slide while running. This is especially useful when you have to train on wet or poor-quality lawn.Enter the image of Adolf Dassler, who in 1925 made a breakthrough in the world of sports shoes, invented a model with spikes, and get to work.
First you need to say that if you don't want much to wrestle with, go to a Shoe store or a workshop, where you'll find special rubber with rubber or metal spikes. These devices are designed for attachment to footwear in adverse weather conditions (sleet, mist, ice). A good option for boots 'own production".
Other improvements to the shoes:
Stick to the sole of corrugated rubber from old skis (the glue should match the material of the soles and be waterproof).
Tighten the foot screws. If the sole is not very thick, you can twist the T-shaped plate with done the holes for the screws that will act as studs.It is worth noting that from what kind of surface you will play depends on the number of spikes on the shoes (mostly their number is equal to 6, 12, or 13).
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