The Hypervenom Phantoms are also extremely light, weighing in at only 7.6 oz, which is 1 to 2 oz lighter than most soft ground soccer cleats. The six 11mm and 13mm metal studs are replaceable using the stud wrench that comes with the cleats, which makes the cleats a very durable option. Pros. Extremely comfortable.
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For some sports, it is allowed (and useful) the presence of a front cleat. In soccer, it is totally forbidden. As its name indicates, the front cleat is a stud located under the tip of the shoe. This stud is useful for baseball, football, and lacrosse players to get more traction and accelerate faster and better.
Metal soccer cleats are allowed across all levels of soccer. The NCAA rules state, “Shoes with soles containing aluminum, leather, rubber, nylon or plastic cleats, studs or bars, whether molded as part of the sole or detachable, are allowed as long as the referee does not consider them dangerous.”
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Soccerfan is correct, as a currently certified ref metal studs are allowed as long as they do not have sharp edges or are worn to the screw in post etc, if they become dangerous they are out, same for the new plastic blades if they have a sharp edge on they are not allowed on the field.
Soft ground cleats are intended to provide improved traction on wet and slippery fields. They use longer metal studs that can be removed by unscrewing them. In order to provide more traction when twisting on wet fields, the metal studs are less and much longer than on FG cleats. In certain instances, there are only 6 of them (4 in the forefoot and 2 in the heel area). Some cleats can also have lengthy conical plastic studs.
In practice, any cleat that is specifically made for soccer is allowed, even those with detachable, metal studs. Front Cleat One area that can lead to confusion is the presence of a front stud, positioned at the very tip of the bottom of the cleat.