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Indoor · Football · Shoes

 
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Indoor Football Shoes Frequently Asked Questions

Because the indoor game and the surface you play on is so different from its outdoors counterpart, you need indoor football shoes that are designed specifically for this purpose. Indoor shoes don’t have studs, and instead have tread patterns designed for maximizing grip on hard, flat surfaces.
No, regular shoes have studs that would not only risk damaging the playing surface but also put you in danger of injury due to lack of grip.
Yes, concrete offers a similar flat surface to indoor floors, so it’s ok to wear your indoor shoes there.