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5 Most Important Features for Perfect Cricket Shoes
Choosing the right cricket shoes is the key to safe, and comfortable play. Especially carefully choosing equipment is worth it for those who are professionals in the field. Doctors, coaches, and professional athletes urge not to save on health. With the help of special cricket shoes, you can reduce the load on the ankle, knees, and spine. The sole of ordinary shoes is often too firm, inflexible. The specially designed shoe has an anatomical shape and reinforced cushioning to help distribute the athlete’s weight evenly. The landing will be softer and more comfortable, without sharp blows and the risk of twisting your leg. Lacing keeps the ankle in place for support and stability. Besides, these shoes weigh less, which means it will be easier for you to achieve new results. Shoes must meet many parameters, and to make it easier for you to choose your best Balls 651 Full Spikes shoe, we analyzed the 5 most important factors that will help you choose the model: – shock absorption, – stability, – repulsion, – grip, – size.
Cushioning is most important for professional players who participate in concentrated games. Accordingly, the more you run, the more advanced cushioning system you need.
Stability is the shoe’s ability to keep your foot in the most correct position. If you have problems with pronation or supination, you should pay attention to shoes with special technologies that ensure stability.
Repulsion is the ability of a shoe to give extra momentum to the foot through a special sole material or extra inserts in it. This property will not give you a fatigue-free run, but it will help you be a little more efficient.
Depending on where you are running, you need traction. For running on the ground or asphalt, shoes with or without a regular wear-resistant rubber coating on the outsole are suitable. For conditions of very rough terrain, it is better to choose shoes with deeply grooved soles – 5 mm.
Do not forget also about the size of the shoes. It is best to measure your foot (correctly – from heel to the big toe, diagonally) and compare with the description of the sizes. However, if you think that one size will fit you right, and the second is a little large, then the second is worth choosing – the leg tends to increase with loads, which means that having a little free space in the shoe is only useful.
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Our developments allow us to create high-quality shoes suitable for amateur and professional cricketers. Most of the models are tested in the laboratory and real conditions. TheBalls engineers study the condition of the athlete during training, researching various technologies and materials to find out what kind of shoes you need. If you need advice, feel free to contact our consultants.
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