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Too light to be stopped: the adidas adiZero 5-Star, now in a mid-cut style. This extreme speed cleat is now bringing lightweight strength and stability to the bigger guys. SprintSkin synthetic upper, though lightweight, is extremely strong with the help of the internal TPU support bands, which increase strength, stability, and support for quick cuts, jukes, and acceleration. TPU bottom frame reinforces the upper by providing an extra layer of durability. Molded PU insole cradles your foot in long-lasting comfort as you make play after play. Sprint frame construction on the outsole uses geometrical learning to offer the perfect balance between speed and stability. TraXion® stud configuration provides extreme acceleration and multidirectional traction on a variety of surfaces. Heel cup locks your foot in place as you take the defense for the ride of their lives. Good for natural and synthetic playing surfaces. Wt. 7.9 oz.
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does the product have good ankle support?

i sprained my ankle during track season and I've been very cacious on what kind of footwear i buy for sports because i dont want to hurt it again, and also do any jackets orbraces fit over the cleat?
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The adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid - Men's, offers very good ankle support. If you have had issues with your ankle in the past, you may consider wearing an ankle brace for added protection.
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Are these cleats good for quarterbacks ?

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The adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid - Men's, is a very good choice for the QB position. It's lightweight for speed, but still offers the stability.
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Are these comfortable for a wide foot player?

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The adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid - Men's, runs narrow in width. Not recommended for players with wide feet.
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This cleat used to be available in gold but now its not, will it come back in gold?

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Unfortunately not. The men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat is somewhat of an older style that is not being restocked at the warehouse in any of the colorways that were created. Once warehouse inventory is gone, this cleat model will no longer be available through our website.
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How much does the size 12.5 weigh?

Cause I'm getting the size 12.5
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The men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat in a 12.5 size weighs approximately 9.7oz per shoe.
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Will the all white cleat size 12 be stocked soon

I were a size 12 and I was wondering if the all white ones are going to be restocked. Cause I have this indoor football thing starting in February and I need a pair of new cleats
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Unfortunately not. There are no sizes on order at all for the men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat with the White/White/Black colorway. However, this style does run narrow, and you may actually be able to use the size 13.0 in this cleat if your size 12.0 is fitting snug right now.
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I had the low cut of these last season and I felt like they gave me very little ankle support, how much more support do the mids have over the lows??

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Sounds like the mid cut would be the better cleat for you then if a lower cut upper didn't provide enough ankle support. It is too hard to actually describe the fit, but I would suggest for you to try a mid cut version on to see how the cleat feels for you. The order can always be placed online when you know what will work for you.
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When will they have this in 11.5 for all white?

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Unfortunately no. There will be no size 11.0's available online for the men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat in the White/White/Black colorway. The cleat does have some room in it and I would think you would be able to make a size 11.0 work for you since most players would prefer a very tight fit in cleats for better foot control. Sometimes you won't know until you try it on though.
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Are these cleats good for a DB?

You have the low model and the mid and in the description it says that it's good for the ankles and so on? are these good for a Cornerback?
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Yes, either the adidas Men's adiZero 5-Star Mid or Low, will work for the cornerback position.
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I play college football and we run across blacktop and concrete before every game, how fast will the studs wear down?

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Unfortunately, I can not predict the longevity of the actual studs on the men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat. There are still too many variables that affect the durability. How many times a week are you exposing the studs to rougher surfaces, your weight, your stride, etc. Try not to wear the cleats when you know you have to pass thru these surfaces if you can. Some players have the chance to wear slides or something similar to the field and then change their shoes. If this isn't possible for you, the studs are made of a harder enough substance that running across a rougher surface from time to time shouldn't matter all that much.
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Would this be good for a defensive tackle?

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Yes, the men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat has the mid cut upper which will help keep your ankle stable and at a safer position when pushing, pulling, or being thrown around. The traction is decent on natural and artificial surfaces, and the single layer SprintSkin material used for the upper is durable yet very lightweight.
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How good of traction does the molded offer

I play a wide reciever postion and have always went with the detachable nike cleats. I've always thought that the steel tip cleats would have better traction playing on natural grass. I have noticed that alot of the new cleats are going to molded and there is not alot of detachable cleats. Is the molded as good as the detachable?
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Most schools have stipulations on using metal tipped cleat spikes. It's always best to ask your coach about what equipment is acceptable. As far as actual traction, the studs on the men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat are just as good as metal tipped styles. The advantage to using detachable cleats is that you can switch the stud out for a longer/shorter ones depending on the playing surface. Yet the 1/2" stud that is on most molded cleats is usually enough for most players, and the molded versions tend to be lighter. So it really comes down to personal preference in the end. Personally, it seems the steel tipped studs are good for before and after games for when you need to walk back to the locker room. The steel tip won't wear down as fast from the asphalt, concrete, gravel, etc. But it doesn't really have much to do with traction on the field.
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Are these good cleats for a Tight-End?

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The men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat has a very lightweight design which is good for speed positions. It also has extra ankle height to help provide support when being knocked around. The upper has decent stability which helps with those lateral cuts, and the toebox is reinforced for added protection. These would be a good choice for a tight end position.
My suggestion is that you check out the different shoe technologies from the vendor's website to maybe help give you an idea of what type of construction you are looking for. We also have a tool online to help football players with choices. Simply type 'Cleat Coach' in the search bar on the website. And consumer reviews can sometimes be helpful for those who are undecided with brands or styles.
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are these above the ankle or below

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The uppers on the men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat should end just above the ankle bone.
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What does this cleat do for protection of the toes

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The toe box of the men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat is built with a heavy duty web weave construction technique that offers extra protection in this area.
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Do these provide good ankle support? Also, what would a size 10.5 weigh?

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The men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat has a low cut upper that will not provide as much support as a mid top. Some will either tape the ankles or wear a brace for better ankle support when wearing a low cut design. Your personal preference. The men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat in a size 10.5 weighs about 8.65oz.
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Will these cleats be available in more colors? Also, hpw welk do these handle when ot comes to cutting and changing direction?

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The upper of the men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat is banded to help increase stability and support for quick lateral moves. The frame along with the TraXion® stud configuration complements the banding when it comes to multidirectional traction on a variety of surfaces. As far as different colors, there are various colorways on order with an estimated receipt date for mid-May, 2012.
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Is this a good cleat for offensive lineman?

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The men's adidas adiZero 5-Star Mid cleat can be used by offensive lineman. However, and this is based more on personal preference, most lineman will want a higher upper for better ankle support to help reduce injury.
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