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Take The Field With Breakthrough Nike® Cleats

Experience a new world of performance and fit with Nike® cleats at DICK’S Sporting Goods. Discover men’s and women’s cleats for a wide range of sports, including soccer, football, lacrosse, golf and more.

Nike® cleats are designed to provide a fit that’s secure and supportive while still allowing your foot to flex and move naturally. Advanced materials in the upper, mid-sole and outsole deliver exceptional flexibility, ventilation, and cushioning to help you stay focused on your game. Whether you’re looking for metal or synthetic cleats, you’ll find a tremendous selection of shoes in an array of colors and sizes.

Expert Advice

Picking out a new pair of Nike® cleats is a great way to prepare for an upcoming season or tournament. Before you buy your cleats, consider the following points:

  • What type of field or turf conditions do you expect to play on? Nike® cleats are available with many different cleat sizes and patterns, including options that are specially suited for use in muddy conditions, dry conditions, and on artificial surfaces, like turf.
  • Do you have specific support or cushioning needs? Nike® cleats with higher collars provide additional support, which can help prevent ankle injuries, while lower-cut designs often provide a greater range of motion.
  • If you are buying Nike® cleats for a child, consider buying cleats a half size larger than the child’s current shoe size. If the child’s foot grows during the sports season, the extra room in the shoe helps to prevent your child from getting new shoes mid-season since it will allow him or her to wear the shoe comfortably for a longer time.
  • If you are buying track and field cleats, be sure to pick a style that provides adequate cushioning for your chosen event. Lightweight cleats with low profile mid-soles are a popular choice for sprint events, while distance runners often prefer cleats with more cushioning in the mid-sole.