Nike Men's Mercurial Victory III IC Soccer Shoe
Dribbler's Perfect Cleats
First glance: Instantly caught my eye with its flashy colorways that really go very well together.
Fitting: Better for people with narrow feet because it eventually molds around your foot.
Comfort: Really soft leather material for the upper.
Breaking-In: Not much needed. Leather is good & the outsole bends fairly easily.
In game: The super light weight & the outsole's grip lets you run at top speed indoor!
I recommend these cleats to any dribblers&futsal players out there.
April 9, 2013
Loved it best I've bought sure gna buy more really comfy easy to walk in
March 19, 2013
They are really comfortable, good value, no complaints.
March 12, 2013
I bought these shoes for the looks but were very good shoes to play on grass and indoor, took a couple of games before they could break in but are very comfortable now
March 2, 2013
Use them for fashion, and they look and feel good.
I bought these shoes because I think these simply look good. Not performance, sorry for all you who wanted a performance review. But these are indoor soccer shoes so they're really light, and they feel durable. Since they are indoor soccer shoes, the shoes come down very low on the ankle. Walking around on common floor, I felt appropiate traction and grip. My feet didn't feel unprotected or bear. They may take a bit to break in, though. They're a little stiff first putting them on. That and the coming down very low on the ankle are the only unpreferred features of the shoe for me. But I'm sure they'll loosen up. The black and volt green look attractive and have that quality look. These were a good investment for me.
January 23, 2013
Smooth indoor shoe
Great feel from the kangaroo leather. Can wear for indoor hard surface and turf.
January 22, 2013
great training shoes
These shoes are very comfortable! Only thing is the shoe string are a little short so sometimes they will not stay tied. Overall, great product!
September 10, 2012
Everything is great except for the sole
I like everything about the shoes except the sole -- it is so hard that after playing on artificial turf (granted the turf is rather worn out) I now have injured heels. Never had this problem with other shoes I've worn. It seems Nike just reused the molded plastic base used in the firm-ground version and coated it with thin rubber without any consideration for padding. I cannot imagine these shoes being used for hard surfaces at all. Unfortunately, these shoes are a no-go for me...
September 6, 2012
Fits like a glove but the sole is hard
These shoes fit very well (dare I say like a glove), are lightweight, have good traction and support, and allow me to feel the ball just right (I feel my long-range shots have much better aim than with my previous shoes). The only two dislikes I have are that the sole is a bit too hard/firm (when compared to Adidas Samba, for example) and the heel is a bit big/raised and doesn't roll forward very well when landing (combined with hardness of the sole makes it uncomfortable to land on the heel). The insole that comes with the shoe lacks padding, but, thankfully, is removable so can be replaced with something that provides more cushioning. The heel is something I'm having to get used to and it might be fixed after I replace the insoles with something that provides more heel padding.
September 4, 2012