- Comparing to previous generation, toe box is bit narrower, so that my toes are not moving around within shoes anymore.
- My Achilles almost gets blisters because the dynamic fit collar is gone. The shoe laces do not tie enough.
- Upper is thinner and accurate which is good.
Overall, if you have wide feet and are looking for comfort cleats, this is it. However, if you want sensitive touch and control, this is not your cleat as they advertised.
October 14, 2019 - EliotL763089698 - Minneaolis, MN, US
Surface played: Firm ground - Position played: Defender
These are the best cleats I have ever worn, which I say without hesitation as someone who is overly particular in cleat selection process. I can't overstate how well shaped they are compared to everything else on the market--Mercurials were my old choice but the toe box is slightly more rounded which does not suit my foot shape as well. My feet are somewhere in the middle ground of width but have an Egyptian shape (look it up) that makes it annoying to deal with the more rounded toe box of most cleats because there is excess space around outer 2 toes. Cleats have a flexible enough outer that molds well when worn and shapes to the foot. Tacky feel on the ball is fantastic in the dribbling area and of course a great strike zone. Haven't liked a shoe this much since the Total 90 Laser II. Nike, please for the love of all that is holy don't change the fit of this silo next year... I don't care how much innovation you add. These are perfect.
August 21, 2019 - joshh77683895 - Portland, OR, US
Surface played: Firm ground - Position played: Forward
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