10 Best White Soccer Cleats in 2021

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The Nike Mercurial Superfly 8 Elite FG is NOT a bad shoe at all, we just have to be clear on that. It just follows a considerably well-reviewed Superfly 7, and not all attempts at improvement translated to a significant performance uptick. Still, it's a good shoe and buying it won't be a bad move.
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Given all the good things that have been said about it, there is no doubt now that the Nike Tiempo Legend 9 Elite FG is a good pick. It's conservative enough to not disappoint Nike Tiempo fans, but daring enough to attract skeptical new buyers/wearers. It's quite pricey, but it surely compensates for it with great performance.
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Best Adidas

Comfort, style, and decent traction - it seems that the Adidas Super Sala has it all. The combination of materials used for the upper delivers a soft, breathable feel as it takes care of ball touch and control. The traction and grip provided by this indoor shoe are praised by players. Also, patrons just rave about the colorways that this pair is available in. Overall, if you’re looking for a shoe that brings good value for money, this pair is worth considering.
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The Adidas Top Sala hits the right spot as it balances out the right elements for a high-performing indoor shoe. The pair delivers comfort and durability as it provides a stylish look for wearers. To top this off is this model’s budget-friendly price tag. Overall, if you are looking for an indoor shoe that drives performance in indoor courts, look no further than this Adidas model.
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Best firm ground

Indeed, it's difficult to follow a shoe that's well received because topping the new standard will be quite a feat. This is definitely the case with the Nike Mercurial Vapor 14 Elite FG; but make no mistake, this is still a high-performing shoe that's going to be worth the money you pay for it.
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Like the Vapor 14 Elite version, the Nike Mercurial Vapor 14 Pro FG is a well-received shoe. It does not cost as much, but it delivers almost the same benefits. Does this mean that it can go head to head with the Elite? Of course not; the Elite's price still brings with it noticeable improvements. It's just that at its price, the Vapor 14 Pro manages to deliver superb quality and reliable performance.
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Best Nike

Just because a soccer cleat is priced more affordably doesn't really mean that it's inferior in terms of quality and performance. The Nike Mercurial Superfly 8 Academy MG is proof of this. It offers all that a soccer player would want in a cleat, so you would really think you get more than what you pay for when you get it.
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Nike really went all-out in equipping the Phantom GT Elite with amazing techs; it is after all the fusion of two successful silos: the Phantom VSN and VNM. The added chops delivered as expected, and soccer players are happy with the shoe's amazing grip and ball control capabilities. It is also light and really comfortable. Hence, it is not so surprising that many have this in their list of their favored soccer cleats.
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Best budget

The Nike Mercurial Superfly 7 Academy MG has its fair share of pros and cons. The good points of this MG cleats include comfort, a budget-friendly price tag, and a stylish look. However, some did find the shoe to be a challenge to put on and some even experienced durability issues. Overall, while this cleat is a decent enough pair and gets the job done, one just have to compromise with a couple of things.
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