Adidas Ace 15.1 FG Review

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Adidas Ace 15.1 FG

Adidas Ace 15.1 FG












            • - 3D webs surface for enhanced first touch
            • - asymetrical lacing for ball contact
            • - wide build for maximum comfort
            • - works on fg and ag surfaces


            • - 3D web looks good but how durable is it?


            Adidas Ace 15.1 FG

            What is total domination? Is it grinding your opponents down into the ground every chance you get? Is it making them wish them wish they never stepped foot on the field? Well, what ever it is the Adidas Ace 15.1 FG  are your sidekick in your quest for footballing glory.


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            Structure & Design

            These cleats have a unique structure and design that when you wear them, you’ll feel as if you’re not wearing anything at all. Feeling comfortable in high-quality boots is what will transform your  confidence on and off the field. These cleats are best suited for your midfield architect but, aren’t most soccer cleats designed with the midfielder in mind? If you’re a Attacker or defender the Adidas Ace 15.1 will gel just fine regardless of your position.


            Spider webs?

            What initially caught my eye was the featured CTRL/Web 3-d kicking surface. The Adidas ace 15.1 come with a soft texture rubber-like material that forms in the shape of a web overlaying the cleats. This was created to improve first-touch. If you already have a really nice first-touch then these cleats can only help solidify your claim. At the very highest levels of soccer your first-touch will be crucial and can be the difference between controlling the game or the game controlling you. I’m not claiming that if you buy these the Adidas ace 15.1 cleats that your first-touch will be taken care of  and you need not perfect it anymore. These boots were designed to aid in ease-of-control. So in that respect they will only help you improve your first touch.


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            Good news flat feeters

            Another good thing to point out is the Ace’s were designed with a wide build. Adidas kept the flat-footed player in mind when creating these. If you’re a flat-footed player like myself then you know how uncomfortable certain cleats can become. as the game goes on. The staple of any high quality show is it has to look like it was built to be comfortable for all feet types. With the wide build on these cleats it’s safe to say that these cleats will fit true to size. Remember, it’s not how your feet feel when you put them on but how your feet will feel in the 60th, 70th ,80th minute after you’ve been running your ass off for your team.



            I’m also a big fan of the studs on the Adidas Ace 15.1. The problem with most firm ground cleats is that once you’re playing on a somewhat wet and hard field its very easy to sleep around and loose traction. The good news is Adidas claims that these cleats have an in-discriminating grip that will perform in any condition guaranteeing satisfaction for the agile players. These cleats do well to handle you cutting in, cutting out and quick stopping without the fear of slipping and looking ever-so foolish during a match.


            Cleaner touches

             Finally, the asymmetrical lacing style is just what the doctor ordered for those of you looking for a soccer cleat to improve their foot-to-ball contact. A common problem with most cleats is that the laces are usually in the way . This obstructs you from getting clean contact when shooting, dribbling and juggling. With the asymmetrical lacing you’ll greatly decrease the possibility of your laces getting in the way of your shooting or first-touch.


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