The ASICS® Cyber Throw® London is an elite performance throwing shoe designed especially for shot put, discus and hammer throw. Synthetic upper designed for abrasion and tear resistance. Hook-and-loop closure system provides a secure fit. SpEVA® midsole offers improved bounce-back characteristics and helps decrease midsole breakdown. Solid rubber outsole with centrifugal flex groove enhances your spin. Dual-density or improved rotation and feel. Removable insole. Wt. 13.4 oz.
The athletic skill level of the person using this product is:collegiate/pro
This product is primarily used/worn for:participating in a sport
First, follow Eastbay's suggestion! They do fit big! I have a size 12.5 (I wear size 13) and they are still a little roomy.
The zipper and strap really lock one's foot down. It is just my personal preference that I like a looser fit. I do not zip them up or strap them; I just tie the laces.
The grip for indoor circles could be a little better. Currently, I ONLY wear these when throwing. I do that to make the soles/shoes last as long as possible.
Just a bit on the heavy side too
Cons: heavy, runs large
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Mission Court Grip
****PLEASE NOTE: This product can be shipped to Continental US addresses ONLY. Expedited shipping is not available for this product.**** Court Grip (Game Changing Traction Technology) is used by Dwyane Wade because it delivers portable traction that players can use in any gym, any time. It is chemically engineered to increase court traction on all hardwood courts. Easy to use: Simply apply with the microfiber applicator to the bottom of basketball shoes for instant traction. Allows athletes to play with more control, stability and balance. A single application should last for 15 minutes of active play. 50 applications per bottle. Approved for NCAA, NFHS and NBATA.
The athletic skill level of the person using this product is:competitive
The grip is absolutely great! So sticky! But I would not recommend this to the heavier guys. I'm 6'2" and a muscular build. If you land on you feet hard (because of your weight/size), the grip goes away quickly! It lasted maybe 3minutes then was completely gone. The only BAD thing was that dust stuck to the bottom of the shoe, which made grip even worse after time.
Pros: very sticky!!!
Cons: non-durable, attracts dust
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Nike Air Zoom Merciless D - Men's
The field is no place for nice guys, so take charge in the Nike Air Zoom Merciless D. This football cleat has what you need to perform with strength and speed. The synthetic leather upper offers an ankle fit system for extra lockdown. A Phylon™ midsole with an encapsulated Zoom Air™ unit provides responsive cushioning where you need it most while you are pounding the field. The seven-stud Pebax® plate has secondary shark teeth for better grab on all field types. You know where nice guys finish... Get the Nike Air Zoom Merciless D and secure your place on the field. Comes with set of 1/2" poly cleats and wrench. Wt. 14.1 oz.
The Nike Vented Neo Sleeve helps protect against turf burns and moves naturally with your arm. Molded neoprene with elbow flex inserts. Nike Dri-FIT® technology mesh vents release heat and help keep you dry and comfortable. Flat-seam construction offers a close stretch fit. Won't shift or bind during football play. Sold in pairs.
Would offensive linemen need these? Would you recommend them?
One of the elite performance basketball shoes just got even better; built for quickness in the open floor, explosive jumping around the rim, and comfort that will keep your feet fresh through the final whistle.
Updated Lunarlon cushioning system for a lighter, more responsive ride.
Hyperfuse construction upper for breathability and flexibility.
Dynamic collar foam, dynamic Flywire technology, and a flexible U-throat opening provide comfort, protection, and lockdown while promoting natural motion for elite players who command top performance.
Molded heel counter for lockdown.
Solid rubber outsole with herringbone traction pattern for performance.
Wt. 11.4 oz.
No, according to multiple sneaker performance tester such as NightWing2303 and KickGenius (Both can be found on youtube). There are just targeted sections of lunarlon. One under the ball of your foot and under the heel.