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Awesome cleats. - Apr 03, 2013
Player: Jaime (SC)
Honestly, these are better than the regular LZ. Well at least to me. These are a bit lighter, and the material is thinner. Since the material is thinner, I feel that i get a better feel on the ball. The synthetic material is soft, and I usually hate synthetic and rarely buy synthetic , but I have to say that the synthetic material of today has come a long way. Anyways, I recommend these if you like a tighter fit, and thinner material, because In my opinion, the regular LZ are too wide and chunky, which is a problem since i have a more narrow foot. If you do have a wide foot and want to take a shot, then i recommend getting a half size up. But if you have a regular or narrow foot, then order your original size. Anyways, very awesome cleat and I definitely recommend!!!
| 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
Great cleats, woth every single penny - Jul 12, 2012
Player: Jonathan (Raleigh, NC)
I have used Nike Superflys for about 3 years now and loved them due to the way the wrap your foot around from any angle. These cleats may take a bit longer to get used to if you have wider feet but it can be done by increasing play time by 10 minutes every time until they feel comfortable. The material is hands down 10 times better than leather because of the superb grip it gives you. The ball literally sticks to your feet. So, if you would like to increase ball control, these will help greatly. They fame allows you to make quick changes of direction effortlessly. Getting the MiCoach option is a must. The application is amazing since it allows you to track distance, number of sprints, maximum speed, etc, and then compare it with other times you have played. It is a great tool to see what your flaws are and improve them every time you play. They are pretty light as well. In short, best investment I have made so far when it comes to soccer gear.
| 6 of 14 people found the following review helpful:
Certainly not an SL upgrade. - Jul 09, 2012
Player: Linh Nguyen (New York City)
I will keep this very short. Save your $50 and get the regular Predator LZ. Why? For a pair of shoes that is advertised as LZ, there is no lethal zone. The raised rubber zones are all but gone in the SL version to make it light obviously. There's no memory foam like in the regular LZ. The rest are smaller and thinner. If these were priced at $200, I would say that they're worth a try. But when they're $50 more but offer less than the original LZ, I say stay away. Unless you're looking for a super light, thin shoes, but then why not just get the adiZero which are always on sale? Don't listen to me. Just order a pair and see for yourself.
| 0 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Adidas Predator - Jul 02, 2012
Player: Nathan (Raleigh, NC)
So far this shoe has performed to expectations. It is lightweight and has a soft feel which aids in ball control.
| 23 of 29 people found the following review helpful:
Adidas Predator Review - Jun 06, 2012
Player: Giovanni (Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)
To start off, comfort on this boot is pretty good. After some break in, the upper will loosen up, so even if it feels a bit tight at first, stick with it and should be fine. The heel support is improved from the previous predator model. Touch however is not as natural overall. On the instep, there is a memory foam pad to help with control. The sweet spots do seem to help with control somewhat though not dramatically. Shooting is average. The rubber strips seem to add some spin on the instep, however power is not as good as the Predator trx. Traction is that of a speed boot and is good for quick cuts. Basically what adidas is doing is creating a boot that has a bit of everything and they have done a pretty good job of it. This boot is good for all positions.
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