Shoes(different shoes for different sports)

How to select different shoes for, different sports like Crickets, Football, Kabaddi, Basketball, Running.

Cricket Shoes

Cricket shoes are one such equipment that is common to all players and over the last few years, these shoes have seen increased levels of development in order to maximize their performance. The upper section of a pair forms a large portion on the top of and either sides of the foot.

Football Shoes

Football boots, called cleats or soccer shoes in North America, are an item of footwear worn when playing football. Those designed for grass pitches have studs on the outsole to aid grip. From simple and humble beginnings football boots have come a long way and today find themselves subject to much research, development, sponsorship and marketing at the heart of a multinational global industry. Modern “boots” are not truly boots in that they do not cover the ankle like most other types of specialist sports footwear, their converged with that of sneakers since the 1960s.

Kabaddi Shoes

The pace kabaddi shoes comes in all sizes with an attractive design, the outer material is of mesh & Pu with striped printing. The shoes is available with solid printing. Available with a eva, rubber sole. The pair look graceful while wearing.

Basketball Shoes

Basketball places significant and spontaneous forces upon the feet, ankles, and lowers legs of the participants, which their shoes must be able to both absorb and direct. The game places a premium on instant acceleration and deceleration, lateral movement, and jumping ability. For these reasons, a basketball shoe must be constructed with the combined features of support, cushioning to absorb shock, flexibility, and stability.

Both the physical build of a player as well as the individual style of play will also bear upon the type of basketball shoe to be worn. Larger players, who are supporting a heavier frame, should wear a shoe that provides significant stability, ankle support, and cushioning to better protect this player when running and jumping. A smaller player will often seek a balance between those features, and a lighter, more flexibly constructed shoe that will give advantages in quick movements and acceleration.

Running Shoes

Running shoes are designed to protect your feet from the road, provided traction on different surfaces, cushion feet. When you’re running, you want to have excellent cushioning in both the heel and forefoot to handle this impact.

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