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Nike’s Artificial Ground Studs Review: All substance but no style

Nike Mercurial Vapor 14 AG artificial ground football boots soccer cleats
Comments (9)
  1. tomek says:

    So they get 7 because it looks cheap 😀 nosense review, it can looks like academy, but it gives great traction on AG, so its GOOD, boot is the same like FG, so it should get 9 easily… 🙂

  2. tomek says:

    So they get 7 because soleplate looks cheap 😀 you don’t see it on the pitch anyway, nosense review, it can looks like academy, but it gives great traction on AG, so its GOOD, boot and upper is the same like FG, so it should get 9 easily… 🙂

    1. admin says:

      It gets a 7 because you pay top top dollar to Nike for not just a product that works (and they don’t always work well) but for the design and that anatomical soleplate. All of that is factored in the price for the uber expensive Elite version.

      I love that it works well but falls short on the design front and also on the anatomical soleplate, 2 downgrades from the previous generation AG studs.

  3. tstsehhe says:

    NICE COMMENT CENSORE HAHAHAHHA onyl positive will be approved ?

  4. ttttt says:

    hahah poor shit, your reviews are trash, as comment censoring

    1. admin says:

      I believe it’s a spam checker, not a comments censor. Considering you’ve been posting with 3 different strange emails, I believe our system locked you out.

  5. Boot nerd says:

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  6. Boot nerd says:

    Are you sure that the anatomical soleplate is different to FG version, because nobody else is talking about it and I find it hard to believe, that nike would change such an important feature. For example SR4U said the upper, the anatomic soleplate and everything else feels pretty much the same.

    1. admin says:

      Maybe it’s my feet but I just don’t find the curvature to feel as pronounced on the AGs as compared to the FGs.

      Overall, I also felt that the curvature anatomical soleplates in this generation are not as ergonomic and pronounced around the arch of the foot as the previous generation was.

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