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Deciding on a new boot. Diffrences between FG and SG?

Discussion in 'Football' started by BumperMan, 20 April 2006.

  1. BumperMan

    BumperMan Champions League

    20 June 2005
    North America
    Legia Warsaw
    i need boots! I perfer Nike. but wanted to know what soft ground or firm ground would mean?
  2. bradley1886

    bradley1886 Premiership

    6 August 2004
    Hard ground is likely to be for astro turf and concrete, soft ground would be studs...i think.
  3. Alien_

    Alien_ League 2

    31 July 2003
    to put it simply, firm ground is for a dry pitch and soft ground is for a wet pitch

    usually firm ground are moulded studs and soft ground are metal studs
  4. wutang_04

    wutang_04 Killa Bee.

    28 March 2005
    get the firm ground mate i was faced with the same choice abt 3 months nd was in xactly sme position as u, i wnt 4 the fg ones cos u can play on all terrain firm or soft, 4 the sg onli gud for soft wet grass/pitch, therefore wen u play on hard frosty or dry pitch then u get blisters cos studs dont pierce the surface nd u dnt get much grip. plus the fg ones r a little longer and there r also more of them for bettr grip relli. Gr8 4 a drag back :)!!

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