Great cleat for lacrosse goalies. These are extremely light but have great support. Surprisingly good toe protection considering it's not nearly as hard as some others. By far the best traction/weight/protection combo i've gotten from my previous cleats.
I really like these, I prefer my shoes to be really "grippy". They perfectly fitted my form of running and gave me really unexpected stability. Wish I had a pair myself. They are indeed the best I ever tried.
Best for CB, S or WR. Cleat held up through 3+ months of nearly everyday use, and are still certainly usable for games/practice. Stripes can come off if people step on them, but that's just a cosmetic thing. Very light, feels like wearing nothing at times. Excellent comfort, never got blisters from it, even when it was new. Will definitely be purchasing again.
love the glow in the dark cleats their awsome but adidas needs to have more matching glow in the dark football gear available to go with them gloves socks sleeves mouthgards shirts pants why should just your feet glow when your whole body could glow
The new 5 star 6.0 has the best fit for a football cleat I especially love the new built in sock liner which gives the cleat a nice snug fit on your foot, and the new lacing pattern was a little odd the first time I laced them up but definitely locks your foot in place. SAME GREAT CLEAT PLATE AS THE 5.0 BUT WITH A BETTER FITTING UPPER YOU CANT GO WRONG WITH THESE
These shoes are extremely uncomfortable before being broken in, which takes several games of wear. They run narrow around the arch of the foot which makes them very painful the first few times wearing them until they stretch out a bit. The top around the toes is also pretty stiff and digs into the top of the feet in an uncomfortable way during the break-in period. Definitely tie a lace lock with these cleats to prevent the heels from sliding around. Once broken in, the cleats are comfortable enough, but really excel at providing traction on hard cuts while being extremely lightweight.
I have purchased at least 3 pairs of these cleats each football season for the last 2 years(on my 4th pair to finish the high school season this year). They fit my son very well and he is a kicker & linebacker, so fit-function is paramount. HOWEVER, the cleat plate on the bottom delaminates regularly. Adidas has replaced them once out of 7 pairs, but since they are our best cleat for my son's use, we keep buying them. At least the last pair was on sale...
I had a pair of Kevlar Freaks last season. I liked them, even though they didn't last as long as my other adidas cleats. When I saw these, I had to have them. Aesthetically, they are awesome. However, after a single wearing, they are broken. They came in with one of the straps sewed on upside down, so they were of outlet quality. Then, in my first wearing, two of the laces eyelets broke off of the shoe, so they can no longer be worn. I will not buy another pair of Kevlar Freaks.
They're good quality cleats and very light weight with an attractive look. They feel durable as well. However, they are a bit narrow for my foot and very stiff. I'm sure that they need to be broken in a lot more and then they'll most likely become a lot less uncomfortable. But for now they hurt my feet. There is very little padding which is ideal for making a lighter weight cleat, but the comfort really isn't there. We'll see how they do after I've had the chance to use them a lot more.
Brock loved his cleats, most of the kids on his team had them and now he feels like one of the guys. He liked the black color because his old ones were gray and these look so much cooler (in his honest opinion). Brock is 13 and his Nana (me) ordered them for him. I think that's all we have to say.
To start off with the style this why is one of my favorite cleats. I had white unis in my last season of football and having all white cleats just made my swagger feel out of the roof. They do of course fall victim to scuff marks from the turf but that is expected in my mind and I was capable of cleaning them up after games. The fit I felt is for more narrow feet like mine. These cleats are so light you feel as if nothing is on your feet! I personally never had to use them in the rain so I have no input on them in that regard. I also only used them as game time cleats for away games so I cannot comment on the durability. However in the six away games I used them in I was extremely satisfied. They are at a reasonable price for what I consider great game time cleats and are available online and plenty of sports facility's. The only disadvantage to these cleats is I felt that the souls of the cleats are not the most comfortable. With that said though I loved the cleats fit, style, color, price, traction, and overall quality!
The shoes are some of the lightest and best cleats on the market but the downside is that the bottoms start coming apart after about 2-3 weeks. The customer affairs dept is good about exchanging for a new pair but then you still can only wear them about 3 weeks and then they start coming apart again.
The cleat is built to be light as possible and created for a profit margin. I've always been an Adidas cleat guy but they broke not even a month after buying. The stud plate started to peel away after the first use but the stud just broke clean off before the cleat plate had a chance to rip off. The 5 Star 4.0's were known to have this same problem and clearly it wasn't addressed.
My son plays varsity football and had his first game the other night and had a phenominal game at middle line backer. After the game I told him he was on fire tonight! He said it was because of his new Adidas cleats because they felt so light on his feet. He also said "I was ballin' tonight Dad". Thanks Adidas for making a great set cleats.
The first couple times out these babies have really performed. besides a little blood on the achilles (what cleats dont need to be broken in?) these things are great. great action into the ground and great transfer. My last cleat was the Adizero first generation, and they lasted me 4.5 years. here's to hoping these take after their great-great-great-great ancestors.
I bought these for spring ball and basically everyone was asking where i got them they have a unique look and they seem to be able to take the beating I've been given them the past few months. They'll prolly make it through season. If you usually get cleats a size up for a wider foot box don't do it with these cause then you won't enjoy the great lock the cleat has on your ankle and arches. the traction is great too. They make great practice cleats if you play on grass especially.
Great purchase overall like always no doubt. However, I am concerned that when I receive my amazing cleats they will tear on the bottom like it always does, don't know if the problem was fixed but it's worth a shot.
I bought these cleats at the beginning of my high school football season they fit nice and they are very comfy but my one problem is that they are not durable at all. I play offensive guard and by the middle of my season one of my molded cleats snapped off of the bottom of the cleat so I had to replace the cleats also the stitching in the sides is becoming to rip. I am very disappointed in adidas for these low quality cleats