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Nike Boys Total 90 Laser III - Firm Ground was £59.99 now £29.99 @ Pro-Direct Soccer!!

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great price for a very good boot!!! Nike Boys Total 90 Laser III Firm Ground Football Boots Electric Green/Black/Chilling Red Nike's world renowned flagship accuracy boot and choice of glo… Read More
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
great price for a very good boot!!!
Nike Boys Total 90 Laser III Firm Ground Football Boots

Electric Green/Black/Chilling Red

Nike's world renowned flagship accuracy boot and choice of global superstars Wayne Rooney and Fernando Torres, the T90, receives a stunning third edition this year with the release of the T90 Laser III.

The 3rd edition of the massively popular T90 Laser series features a specially designed upper comprised of premium lightweight Teijin synthetic leather, renowned for it's durability, and a side lacing system combined with the alternate eyelet holes creates a cleaner kicking surface.

Fins across the front of the boot are designed and positioned at different angles and varying heights (0-3mm), allowing the player to better swerve and control ball, allowing for excellent multi-directional passing and shooting.

A memory foam surface underneath the 1st metatarsal and tongue area evens out pressure on your instep bone structure, increasing kicking accuracy; these areas work in combination with 5 longitudinal and flexible instep pods designed to accommodate any possible kicking area and movement by lying as flat as possible to your foot, once again reducing pressure. Meanwhile, a carefully designed TPU outsole places studs at the best locations for structural reinforcement and traction on the pitch.
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#2
Good price for high quality blades ........... heat
#3
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#4
good price but personally I wouldnt let either of my boys wear blades, evidence shows they cause unnecessary injuries to opponents and the wearer, and it is likely will be banned at at least youth level.
#5
iv read mixed opinions on the blade and stud discussion but from all the postd ect... iv read its adults having the injurys.
im not saying this will be true its just a guess but a young kid which these boots are for dont weigh as much as a full size adult footballer so do you think the injurys that have been discussed about blades prob will not happen to kids?
weight, power and speed will prob have a big factor in the blade injurys something a young kid dont really have much of at a young age?
#6
wozzer
iv read mixed opinions on the blade and stud discussion but from all the postd ect... iv read its adults having the injurys.
im not saying this will be true its just a guess but a young kid which these boots are for dont weigh as much as a full size adult footballer so do you think the injurys that have been discussed about blades prob will not happen to kids?
weight, power and speed will prob have a big factor in the blade injurys something a young kid dont really have much of at a young age?


Isn't the argument about blades that they sharpen over time, whereas studs don't? I don't think the weight argument carries here. It's more about if you wear blades over anything but grass, they will sharpen and basically turn into knives under your boots....
#8
darkspark88
wozzer
iv read mixed opinions on the blade and stud discussion but from all the postd ect... iv read its adults having the injurys.im not saying this will be true its just a guess but a young kid which these boots are for dont weigh as much as a full size adult footballer so do you think the injurys that have been discussed about blades prob will not happen to kids?weight, power and speed will prob have a big factor in the blade injurys something a young kid dont really have much of at a young age?
Isn't the argument about blades that they sharpen over time, whereas studs don't? I don't think the weight argument carries here. It's more about if you wear blades over anything but grass, they will sharpen and basically turn into knives under your boots....

pmsl thats funny.

blades are made of rubber and the reason for injury is because of the blade pressing through the sole on a very hard inpact (so weight here would be a factor not really with kids) and breaking one of the bones in the foot.

also the blades grip good in the turf and if you spin round the stay stuck in the turf but your foot or knee turns with your body (again alot to do with speed weight and strength here) causing a bone in the foot to break or a knee injury.

i dont think a young kid will get these type of injurys if they do its very rare.


Edited By: wozzer on Oct 21, 2010 23:27: 1
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#10
wozzer
darkspark88
wozzer
iv read mixed opinions on the blade and stud discussion but from all the postd ect... iv read its adults having the injurys.im not saying this will be true its just a guess but a young kid which these boots are for dont weigh as much as a full size adult footballer so do you think the injurys that have been discussed about blades prob will not happen to kids?weight, power and speed will prob have a big factor in the blade injurys something a young kid dont really have much of at a young age?
Isn't the argument about blades that they sharpen over time, whereas studs don't? I don't think the weight argument carries here. It's more about if you wear blades over anything but grass, they will sharpen and basically turn into knives under your boots....


pmsl thats funny.

blades are made of rubber and the reason for injury is because of the blade pressing through the sole on a very hard inpact (so weight here would be a factor not really with kids) and breaking one of the bones in the foot.

also the blades grip good in the turf and if you spin round the stay stuck in the turf but your foot or knee turns with your body (again alot to do with speed weight and strength here) causing a bone in the foot to break or a knee injury.

i dont think a young kid will get these type of injurys if they do its very rare.



Shows how little you know about football; blades are also made of metal.
#11
Excellent deal......................... enough of the Jeremy Kyle show. Their a good boot for the price. HEAT FROM ME! :D
#12
Lynx
wozzer
darkspark88
wozzer
iv read mixed opinions on the blade and stud discussion but from all the postd ect... iv read its adults having the injurys.im not saying this will be true its just a guess but a young kid which these boots are for dont weigh as much as a full size adult footballer so do you think the injurys that have been discussed about blades prob will not happen to kids?weight, power and speed will prob have a big factor in the blade injurys something a young kid dont really have much of at a young age?
Isn't the argument about blades that they sharpen over time, whereas studs don't? I don't think the weight argument carries here. It's more about if you wear blades over anything but grass, they will sharpen and basically turn into knives under your boots....
pmsl thats funny.blades are made of rubber and the reason for injury is because of the blade pressing through the sole on a very hard inpact (so weight here would be a factor not really with kids) and breaking one of the bones in the foot.also the blades grip good in the turf and if you spin round the stay stuck in the turf but your foot or knee turns with your body (again alot to do with speed weight and strength here) causing a bone in the foot to break or a knee injury.i dont think a young kid will get these type of injurys if they do its very rare.
Shows how little you know about football; blades are also made of metal.

your right i know sweet f a about football i only watch england play and thats hardly worth it now a days lol.

but just common sense tells and shows me that these dont have metal blades on them, look at the photos they are rubber dont think you will be sharp'in these up very good hey lol.

Edited By: wozzer on Oct 22, 2010 09:24: 1
#13
Blades are also made of plastic, which does sharpen over time...
banned#14
How long is over time....Most kids will grow out of these in a year.
#15
slamdunkin
How long is over time....Most kids will grow out of these in a year.

glad you have seen the light wish other people on here would use abit of common sence and stop trying to be a know it all.

this deal is for a pair of kids boots not adults and all this hype about blades which just about all boots are now anyway is really to do with adults or pro player not a young kid that like slamdunkin said will prob grow out of before they get sharp ect..
even if they did get abit sharper which i dont really know how and what damage they would do as i have a pair of these in front of me and they are like a rubbery plastic, studs do alot of damage to players if they had them facing the other players legs in a tackle so what is the difference? at the end of the day studs or blades what ever tackle gave the injury its going to hurt or make marks from that type of tackle.

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