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Comparison in Nike Vapor VIII and Adidas Predator LZ

By Micheal Lin Subscribe to RSS | May 23rd 2012 | Views:
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Over the past few weeks, we have seen the market is filled of radical new releases of Nike Vapor VIII and Adidas Predator LZ soccer shoes. There has been a mixed bag of comments for both, with some players left heavily impressed and approving the changes, while others are scratching their heads with a multitude of questions.

When we are talking about top performing soccer shoes on the market, cleats from Nike and Adidas sit one and two on the ladder. Of course, which one sits on top will depend on different player opinions! And it would be a good idea to compare these two latest cleats in terms of the changes made to each boot and what those changes bring to the table for players.

To purchase a pair of soccer shoes, control and first touch are often the first characteristics that players look. Without a doubt, Nike's transition was received more positively, as they moved to a thin Suede Teijen microfiber. On the Mercurial Vapor VIII, the Microfiber upper was extremely stiff and took time to break in. What's more, it is buttery soft and the compliments continue to roll in from players who love its addition.

On the other side, Adidas stunned fans by moving from a tradition K-leather upper to a lighter Hybridtouch synthetic upper. Fans have continued to concern on the change-up. There is a lot of technology on the upper of the new Predator and on release there were concerns that this would result in a stiff feel. But the upper is very soft and moves fluidly with the natural movements of your feet.

On the part of the soleplate and stud configuration, both companies also decided to make some changes to the soleplate on their latest released soccer shoes. Nike made the jump to an entirely new and revolutionary soleplate, and released the range with a mind-blowing two stud heel configuration, whereas Adidas decided to remove the PowerSpine and go for a SprintFrame soleplate.

With the growth and popularity of soccer, companies can easily inflate the prices of their soccer shoes and players are currently at a point where paying $200 for a pair is a very common occurrence. But new releases often mean higher prices. Nike keeps their latest Mercurial Vapor VIII a retail of $219.99, and Adidas moved their new Predator Cleats up from $199.99 to a retail of $219.99.

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When we are talking about top performing soccer shoes on the market, cleats from Nike and Adidas sit one and two on the ladder. By comparing these two latest released cleats, you might have a general overview which would help you pick up the right one for your game.

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