Lacrosse and football cleats are very similar. Lacrosse cleats have mesh vents in the uppers for extra airflow. Leather uppers provide more breathability than synthetic uppers, even without vents, which don't appear on many football cleats. Also, Lacrosse cleats most of the time have more studs than football cleats. Lacrosse uses mid-cuts for support and low-cuts for flexibility, while football cleats vary by position. Lineman use high tops, while most QB's wear low or mids. Players who seek maximum speed and agility might go for low-cut cleats, which tend to be lighter.
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