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Get on the field and explode with energy when you wear a pair of Nike5 Bomba soccer shoes! These shoes are made with a synthetic leather upper with lacing off-set to the lateral side so your ready to play without worrying about aching feet. The overlays on the toe and medial side are designed for durability to last through even the toughest of games. The midsole features a die-cut EVA sockliner for cushioning in the forefoot and heel. The insole is non-removable. The outsole features new, small-sided rubber turf for exceptional traction and optimal underfoot ball control. These kicks define a whole new level of performance specifically to the small-sided turf game around traction, fit and comfort. Wt. 10.2 oz.
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Do the soles of these shoes have hard nubs on the bottom, or something more similar to a running shoe sole? Would they be good for a cement surface?

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The Nike Nike5 Bomba - Men's, has small hard rubber nubs on the outsole. This shoe works best on indoor surfaces vs. cement.
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Would these, Nike Nike5 Bomba - Men's, be appropriate for an indoor gym?

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If not used for soccer, the men's Nike Nike5 Bomba shoe could be used for an indoor trainer if that is your preference. The shoe is more designed for turf surfaces tho, and not many indoor gyms will usually have turf surfaces available. You can see the bottom of the shoe on the website to help you determine if the 'nubs' on the bottom will be enough traction for you.
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