Nike Men's Bomba Pro II Soccer Cleat
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Make a statement every time you lace up the Bomba Pro II. A full-grain leather upper provides exceptional style and a comfortable fit while enhancing ball touch and agility. The Nike® Bomba Pro II soccer cleat features a high-density EVA sockliner that ensures cushioned support in the heel and forefoot throughout every game. A TPU and rubber outsole with conical and bladed studs enhances traction, control and stability when you need it most.
- Competitive-level soccer cleat enhances all aspects of your game through first metatarsal activation
- Full-grain, natural leather upper offers a superior fit and feel for improved ball control and agility
- High-density, recycled EVA sockliner provides cushioned support and added comfort all game long
- Decoupled TPU and rubber outsole features conical and bladed studs for unmatched grip and stability
- Weight: 9.8 oz
- Style: 580446
Country of Origin: VietnamWeb ID: 33512496
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mark So far...very good Played 2 games on turf and they felt very good. I felt accurate (both passing & shooting) in the shoes and they enabled me to be as quick as I'm ever going to get. Hopefully they maintain quality so I dont regret my positive feedback. At this point I do recommend. September 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by cc These are good I play on a turf field and have tried quite a few different turf cleats by nike and adidas. It seems that they all do certain things well, but haven't found one that does everything well. I guess the three main factors for me are touch, accuracy, and shot. Of course if they're not comfortable then they're out. I've settled on adidas mundial team as my go-to cleat. It's super comfortable, touch is impeccable, and accuracy in passes and shots is very good. My only complaint is shots could be harder. It's a trade-off of finesse vs. brute-force. But after three pair I was looking to try something else. It seems that turf shoes aren't getting the same quality options that hard ground cleats are, so most of the newer Adidas and Nike line-ups are the lower models for turf. I tried the new Nike Hypervenom Phelon TF but wasn't crazy about them. They're very light and thin, so the feel was decent, but they fit weird, as many reviewers noted. They're very narrow, so I ordered accordingly. I wear an 8 in dress shoes and can sometimes go as low as 7.5 in athletic shoes (I wear the mundial in 7.5). As recommended, I ordered an 8.5 in the Phelon, and while the width was good, the extra length was awkward and the shoes creased just below the toe. After a few errant passes (and funny looks) I decided to retire these.Next I tried the Bomba pro II and went with a 7.5. They're tight, but I'm learning that tighter is better in the beginning for leather cleats as they'll stretch a bit over time. The Pros and Finales have some round (conical) studs, and I like this design (I chose these over the Finales because they're made of leather and the finales just look too flimsy). The touch is... maybe not great, but very good. They feel light and shots and passes are accurate and hard. During one game I put on a pair of mundials for the second half to compare, and I was surprised how heavy they felt... I was definitely aware that they were on my feet. I think the Bombas were a good purchase and I've had no trouble scoring since I've been wearing them. They're keepers. July 21, 2014
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