In need of a new pair of soccer cleats to take your game to the next level? We’ve got you covered. Here, FN did the research and rounded up our top picks for the best women’s shoes designed with performance and comfort in mind. Let’s not forget style, too. Read ahead to find the perfect match for you, whether you play competitively or just for fun.
For those who plan on dominating the field, these options are excellent choices for enhancing your performances via proprietary tech designed for stamina and fighting fatigue. We’ve got top choices from brands like Adidas and Puma.
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1. Adidas Goletto 6 Firm Ground Cleats
This option offers an attractive look with teal blue and coral accents. Additionally, they were made for stability and speed on firm ground.
Pros: This style comes with a lightweight, durable synthetic leather upper and outsoles that provide superior traction.
Cons: Some may find they need a shoe with more arch support.
2. Puma Evospeed 4.2 Firm Soccer Cleat
Puma's Evospeed 4.2 firm soccer cleat is engineered with the brand's proprietary lightweight speedCELL technology for a natural ball feel. It also comes with conical and bladed studs.
Pros: The cushioned EVA midsole helps with stability on your feet. The shoes also have a grippy feel when you need it most. They also come available in half sizes.
Cons: For those who have wide feet, you might find your true size a bit snug. Luckily, this style comes in half sizes, which will meet your needs.
3. Adidas Women's Predator 18.3 FG W Soccer Shoes
Available in a metallic silver and blue, or a cream and purple colorway with pink accents, the Predator 18.3 FG is a stylish addition on the green. The shoe comes with a sock collar for an easy-on fit.
Pros: Narrow feet? No problem. This model is a good choice for those who don't need much wiggle room. The shoes have a lightweight feel.
Cons: The shoes run narrow, but come in half sizes, so adjust accordingly and team with thick socks if they're too roomy.
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