Best Women's Soccer Cleats

Updated February 2019
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Women's soccer cleats are constructed from leather and other durable materials. As such, these cleats will maintain their appearance in rain, sleet, and other inclement weather conditions. Soccer cleats sometimes include a partially hidden lacing system that provides a uniform kicking surface. Plus, cleats are lightweight and come in a variety of styles, sizes, and colors. Cleats may feature an anti-stretch lining and polyurethane outsole. They may also include a lightly padded tongue and collar. Some cleats offer a water-resistant fabric upper. Cleats may come equipped with blade-style fixed studs for added traction. It typically won't take long to break in a new pair of women's soccer cleats.

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