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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-28-2010, 05:16 PM Thread Starter
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I've got some old Mizunos that tear up my already fucked up, deformed, mis-shapen feet and toes. I need some good shoes that won't give me blisters three innings into the first game of a double header, preferably metal cleats. Any suggestions?
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I have puma mid cuts that are really comfortable and the reebok mlb hi tops. the reeboks were a bitch to break in but now they're money too. for shoes to take out of the box and play in i recommend the pumas.

hit up academy for sure, they have so many cheap pairs of cleats.

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Cool! I'll stop by there tonight. I have no issue paying $100+ for a good pair if that's what it takes though
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I have puma mid cuts that are really comfortable and the reebok mlb hi tops. the reeboks were a bitch to break in but now they're money too. for shoes to take out of the box and play in i recommend the pumas.

hit up academy for sure, they have so many cheap pairs of cleats.
Here's another vote for Puma mid-cuts. They were our team cleats my freshman year of high school and I played in them for two years after that, couldn't have been more comfortable and durable.

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My two main issues are blisters on the bottoms of my feet and toes, and blisters on two toes that significantly overlap. Should I be looking for tighter or looser-fitting shoes?


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My two main issues are blisters on the bottoms of my feet and toes, and blisters on two toes that significantly overlap. Should I be looking for tighter or looser-fitting shoes?
I'd be inclined to say tighter. Those blisters could be coming from friction from your feet moving around in the shoe.

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don't be afraid to tape your toes. just give them a solid wrap.

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Wrapping your feet/toes will help significantly.
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I've worn Puma, Nike and adidias metals, and I've never found a pair as comfortable as the 2 pair of NB I've owned.

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