Turf shoes generally have a hard rubbery sole with a raised dotted surface.This type of footwear performs particularly well on hard ground surfaces or synthetic field turf, hence the term “turf” shoes. Turf shoes are favorable because they are typically constructed like indoor shoes, having a more sneaker-like feel.
Compared to any kind of cleat, that have rigid sole construction with a sole insert, the turf shoe construction has a hard rubber sole that allows the shoe design to have a more “spongy” feel and a softer insole.
- Hard Natural Surfaces
- Any Synthetic Turf
Bottom Line: Turf Shoes serve as a good option for training, providing more comfort than cleats. Good for training across various surfaces. They are not to be used on indoor surfaces, due to the increased risk of injury. Also, they easily scratch and damage wood or court flooring.
- Firm Ground Cleats (Molded Cleat)
- Soft Ground Cleats (Replaceable Cleats)
- Hard Ground Cleats
- Turf Shoes
- Indoor Shoes (Flats)
- Custom Inter-Changeable Cleats (Tunits)