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Spikerz

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Zappos ships to the UK for free don't they?


Looks like they only have a limited amount of stuff, and nothing along the cleats/boots range. There are some trail running shoes that'd work for astro turf, but that's about it. Bummer.
 

RealRT

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Zappos ships to the UK for free don't they?


Looks like they only have a limited amount of stuff, and nothing along the cleats/boots range. There are some trail running shoes that'd work for astro turf, but that's about it. Bummer.
I think so bud, I wasn't sure if I'd have to mess around with customs charges so played it safe. They have loads of american football cleats, but I couldn't find any astro ones on Zappos... Nike used to do these Michael Vick astros which were awesome but they don't seem to do anything like that anymore.

Obviously you can't use metal studs on astro, but I can get along with these rubber blades :)
 

joeslewis

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I normally Wear astro football boots when I play with ankle guards, this seems to work well Becuase the boots give really good grip on the ground meaning that you don't slip and also can be cleaned very easily becuase there a plastiy meterial
 

Mikee2793

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used astro trainers so far but gonna give my old football/rugby boots next time out as seen few guys use them, should help with grip in soggier ground?
 

Paint magnet

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I use magnums that ive had for about 4 years for woodsball, theyve got great grip and ankle support but allow a lot of movement for running