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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.
These cleats definitely look good, but I have had them for two months and they are still not broken in. I wear them at least three times a week and do a good bit of running in them but they still will not break in. After about five to ten minutes of running my feet start to ache badly like new cleats will, but these aren't new anymore and they still hurt my feet.
The cleats look great, and become really comfortable after you break them in some, but I've had problems with both pairs of uncaged cleats I had. Both pairs began to have the cleat separate from the shoe after a few summer practices. The shoes look great but I was hoping for some better quality.
Very good traction, extremely light, top of the line cleats, amazing value, a bit uncomfortable, but it pays off because of the way the shoe handles, the color is spot on, the metallic does not wear off, GREAT SHOE, better then C1Ns!
Just got shoes in today. They run pretty small and narrow. I am returning for a half size bigger to see if that helps. Not a fan of the super thin shoe laces either. Really have to focus to tie them. Good thing the shoes look super badass and are decently comfortable and super light
I love these spikes. Being a high school pitcher and pitching a lot, these have held up in the toe box area after a full fall, spring and half of this summer. There super light and comfy. I would know after wearing g them 3 hours at a minimum every day.
I really like the Adidas cleats. This is my third pair. This year I needed a wide football cleat and was surprised to find how few options there were. I really likes these shoes - they fit extremely well!
These cleats are amazing! They are super comfortable and great for striking, receiving, and dribbling the ball, even at a low(er) price. However, this pair of boots certainly isn't the most durable. If you are going to be playing constantly on turf, they lip may begin to separate from the upper (That's what happened to me). Overall, the Gloro 16.1s are amazing leather boots and I reccomend them to anyone debating whether or not to give them a go.
Flashy and has style.. I am a senior in highschool and I play a mix of tight end and slot receiver. Comfortable and light, feels like nothing is on. Yes a little break in time is needed they do hurt your feet for the first day or two. Besides that these cleats are great. and the price range for the quality is unbeatable.
Its performance. It's a good a cleat, it fit a little wide but it was fine with me. I would buy at least half a size smaller tho. It lasted me through my whole freshman football season and they're still in a good condition. They should put a little cushionong on the heel also.
I'm just now retiring these boots after a year of playing Rugby. The boots are fantastic, comfortable right out the box, the leather is so soft and molds to your foot perfectly! I have had more expensive boots before but nothing has held up quite like these.
I purchased these originally to train over the summer for football, but they look so good that I couldn't pack them away. I use them for lacrosse and they've been great. I had all black adidas zeros for this past football season and i loved them. I have used my new cleats for 4 games and 3 practices so far, and they just broke in. The first few times I wore them they were really stiff, which is to be expected, but it took a long time compared to other cleats I've had in the past. They are comfortable but I would suggest going half a size larger than you usually are. I've gotten so many compliments on them, and I love how they look. All in all, this is a great product.
These cleats are soo good and i love them. They fit your feet perfectly and you can make amazing cuts if you play a skill position. I had trouble deciding between these and the uncaged but i chose these over those. They should make a gold chrome version with the paradise kevlar.
Speechless. Very comfortable and very recommendable never felt more free running with these cleats. I recommend these if you are a skill positioned player a lot! I appreciate it adidas thank you! Ill make sure to come back and buy more football items!
I picked up a pair of Gloros on a whim. Once I tried them on I knew I had to buy them. They had the comfort and familiarity of the 11pro but with a more substantial k-leather upper which was buttery soft. I was amazed at the quality of the k-leather on a shoe of this price. I have a pair of Nike Tiempo Legend 6 boots and I honestly prefer wearing the Gloros more. I find them more comfortable with an amazing touch on the ball. I am a size 10 but I did go down a size. Not because they felt loose at my normal size but I took into account the upper stretching a bit due to the k-leather. I was glad I did as the shoes fit and feel perfect. The Gloro is my favorite that I own and i own a lot of soccer boots.
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.
So the 5.0 is my favorite cleat so far I have ever. Its fit is perfect for my foot, and fits like a glove. The cushion is by far the best in the 5.0 than any other cleat in the adizero line. With a cushioned sock like the cushioned crew socks, you can survive long periods of time without your foot getting fatigue. Ventilation on the 5.0 is quite good, with the new tongue in the cleat the my feet can really truly breath. The traction is great. With the kevlar for extra strength, and different style studs to aid me in moving in different directions, pushing off, and sharp stoping. The quality and design are also very amazing. The quality of the materials and build of the cleat is amazing, my cleat kept clean and was very easy to wash even playing in mud and rough grass. My cleat also has no damage to the materials, I had no rips, the cleat did not stretch, and the frame and studs had no damage to them. The design was truly spectacular to me. Everything just popped and stood out on the cleat with the metallic hits. Overall I think the Adizero 5.0 gets a 5 out of 5 stars, the fit gets 4.8, the quality and design get a 5, the ventilation gets a 4.5, the traction gets a 5, and the cushion gets a 4.8.
These boots feel great when you put them on. Definitely best feeling pair of boots I've owned, nice touch on the ball, light, stable. The boot seems to fall apart quicker than the average boot though with the upper coming off the base without too much wear.
Purchased for 13U player. After having for less than 30 days, experienced signs of wear to fabric on inside of both shoes, inside ankle area. Also, metal cleat became dislodged from cleat during game and unable to repair so returning for refund.
I would suggest ordering a half size under what you usually wear, other than that they couldn't be better. Perfect for leagues that don't allow metal cleats. Oh and you will definitely drop bombs in these bad boys
I rated these cleats a 5 star because of the overall superior comfort, support. The feel and touch on the ball is Glooorious. The K leather is up to par and the synthetic heal is a non-issue. I have a slightly wide foot for a size 9 so I ordered a 9.5 since I wear 2 sets of socks. Cons: The laces are good and strong but a bit short. I can only make a small tie and they came loose a few times. The insole is good but I can feel the studs underneath just a bit. No pressure points though. Seems like these cleats will last a while with some basic care.
Amazing boot. After harsh play over a weekly basis, the Gloros were ruined within 4 months. Would love to see a bit better durability. Other than that it's an amazing boot. I really wished they would bring Red and all the other colours to Canada, not just only the White, and Black boots.
Decent shoe. The feel is good, however the back part of the cleat , looks cheap. Maybe just because of the synthetic material used there...I don't know. However, used to the Adipure IV , Gloro feels a lil' wide at the toe area. That doesn't work for me. The only improvement in my case was the outsole. P.S. I also had a bad luck to receive an irregular left shoe :(
When Adidas released these a while back, it was the moment I had been waiting for. A modern take on the Copa. I bought them and was immediately satisfied at the quality of the boots, they are of the same quality of boots with hefty $200+ price tag. After using them the past 3 month I have to say the are the most comfortable boots I have ever set my feet into. The kangaroo leather on the toe box is very supple and provides a glove like fit, while the synthetic mid foot and heel provide much better support and stability than an all leather shoe. The outsole is also much better than the Copa, much more sturdy. The tongue also is a great feature that I really like. Overall, sublime job from Adidas, they have created a boot that is all I ever need or want, and that's the end of it. Brilliance.
I have been waiting forever for a modern Copa version. The sole plate on the copa would tent to make me roll my ankles. This sole plate is much more stable, lighter and flexible. The K-leather is enough and not needed on the other part of the boot. The fit is great, close to the copa and there is no substitute one gets from how the ball feels with K-leather. They are crazy comfortable and feel like gloves on you feet like the copa's. I wear a street shoe size 9 US, I wear 8 in copa's The perfect fit wearing the Gloro's is an 8.5 for me. My soccer buddies think I am a bit odd for talking so much about them. Adidas please make an AG version for this model as well.