Soccer Injuries - Cleattops Protection
Soccer and other players protect their shins which are one of the strongest bones in the body. Does it make sense to leave your feet unprotected? Some of the worst soccer injuries occur to the feet.
Your feet have many bones and ligaments that that can be injured easily. Maybe you or your child have already been “cleatted” or stepped on hard enough to cause foot pain and injury.
Our feet have:
- 26 Bones
- 33 Joints
- Over 100 Muscles and Ligaments
It is easy to see how our feet can suffer some of the worst soccer injuries.
After being “cleatted” hard enough many players start to be shy about engaging in play. In other words their game suffers.
This happens easily to children and adolescents and can limit how well they play. It can even slow down adult players. After all, who wants to suffer a foot injury?
Cleattops are designed to help protect our feet and reduce soccer injuries. But, they do much more.
They help keep shoelaces tied because the shoelace is tucked safely under the cleattop. This keeps you or your children on the field and in the game. These are far more than “Lace Protectors.”
They also add power and speed to kicks and passing. They add spin and bend to goal shots.
Do you often have to tie your child’s shoelace that has come undone? Fix that problem and protect their feet at the same time.
- Fits Children to Adults – Boys Size 4 (USA) to Mens Size 13
- Lightweight – 1.75oz (49.6g) each
- Super Tough Rubber Material – Stretches Far
- Tacky Surface Increases Spin and Bend
- Keeps Shoelaces Tied And Helps Protect Feet At The Same Time
FIFA Approved (Federation Internationale de Football Association)
Made from proprietary rubber material. Extremely strong and resilient.
The stretchy rubber material acts like a spring when kicking a ball. It compresses and then expands increasing ball speed and distance.
Best Soccer Shoelace Protector
Cleattops gives players an edge!
Check out some up and coming players in the video.
Kids love the protection and play with more confidence.
Players Kick Smashing Goals
Younger players sometimes experience foot pain when they kick the ball hard. When they wear these they kick harder and with more confidence. Their play improves!
Foot Guards by Cleattops are used by coaches to help their team play better. Not only do they offer protection so the player is less afraid of being stepped on but the coach can use them to teach.
Coaches show the player what part of the foot to kick with by telling them to use the top of the cleattop to kick the ball. No more “toe punching” the ball!
Creates Better Players
Increased Confidence – Players with higher confidence play better.
Have More Fun – Make more goals.
Keep Laces Tied – Use the holes for shoelaces and the pocket on the inside for the shoelace bow. Reduce the time off the field to retie loose laces. Stay in the game!
Tacky Surface – The rubber material really bites into the ball. Players learn how to bend the ball with added spin.
Turning Players Into Winners – Building Confidence – Reducing Injuries
$24.95 per set
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How To Wear Foot Guards:
- Turn the Foot Guard Inside Out
- Place over the toe of the cleat
- Flip the Foot Guard toward your ankle so outside is out
- After doing it a couple times you will have it down – easy on/off after that
- Some people just leave them on the cleat (shoe) when taking cleats on and off