Brother2314: Josh, I've played on artificial grass in adipower predators (fg) for over 2
years and I didnt have any problem with it. In comparision to Vapors,
adipower predators have more studs in diffrent shape. So, was I just lucky
enough or the diffrent studs were rensposible for no injuries, breaks, etc?
As I play both on fg and ag, I guess more universal are in general fg
StrongDiamond Star: Is fg good for 3G pitches
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Vega Ace: It IS a VERY silly question about which stud pattern is the best.
josethepepershaker superman: yes it does iv tried it man and the maestris are tough but the insole wears
down to nothing and my feet hurt every time i play on turf or artificial
Nader Ameeruddin: thnx, mate!
Richie W: Artificial grass is, as he says in the vid, plastic/rubber blades of grass.
Turf is generally concrete with a green carpet laid over the top of it.
abcFIFAxyzHD: Your a bosssssss
MrTanyoub: i wanna get the pro ones. how much will it cost off of your site/sponsor?
Alfredo Proskauer: I'd get two pairs. One for AG and firm ground. Don't risk getting injured
playing on AG with a pair of firm ground boots.
Richie W: It's the player that makes the touch not the boots. So long as you're
wearing comfortable boots which are the correct size for your feet you'll
have as good a touch in (for instance) adizeros as you would Copas.
yeyo1303: Yo josh do you know how I can get or order a pair of MV9 with the sole
plate and stud pattern of the MV7 I saw some player from La Liga use it and
Richie W: Go for older models and use ebay so you can afford all 3 patterns if you
can. I've had team-mates wear the wrong studs on the wrong surface and
suffer because of it.
Diego Ramirez: Traction test with f50 and mv9
abcFIFAxyzHD: you are 2
isaiahledz: Josh you should do traction tests on AG, FG and SG so people will
understand. Believe it or not I have actually seen someone wearing SG Pro's
on turf.... so dangerous
AvJohansen: Don't use FG on AG!!! It's bigger risk to overstep badly
Andres Barrios: Thank you Josh I have been reading your reviews the past week and I really
think they are helpful and I made my decision on the Nike Tiempo Logend IV
thank you for helping me out I appreciate that you take time to answer
peoples questions and that you make so many reviews.
nicolas ken: no, just buy turf and thats it
l freekick: cool
Soutero Officalmusic: what is the differents btw FG and SG i dont know....
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kristian bjorndalen: Not recommended
nicolas ken: he just made this ENTIRE video to answer this particular question...
nicolas ken: i recommend both
nicolailie99: Ag because fg breajs easily, but the ag dosebt break if u wear it at nirmal
thehobbymaster911: I play on fg and ag. Which stud pattern should i get ?
Chiliplease: Josh, what do I do if my team and I play on AG about 50% of the time and on
FG about 50% of the time? I really don't have the money to drop on two
pairs of boots; I'm only a high school student.
ceajay11: @victor furtado Artificial Ground like turf
victor Furtado: what does AG stand for
Lewis Peacock: What if you train on an AG surface but play on an SG surface and can't
afford both pairs??
hyperdaftmercurialtard: so what would happen if you used FG studs on artificial turf? For my
school, my field is an artificial turf but in my other leagues they have
just regular natural grass. im wondering would what happen if i used FG
mercurials on natural grass and artificial turf
minicasillas19: Hey would it damage my ctr360 maestri fg if i play on turf
UMADRODZO: Please can you do a comparison with the nike mercurial miracle 3 (retro
orange color- way) and nike mercurial veloce?
justinyee100: Nice video but can I use sg stud pattern one on firm ground? Please respond.
Soccer Reviews For You: All of the links can be found on the review page on my website. Go check it
out, the link is in the description.
Soccer Reviews For You: If you feel like the MV8 is too thin, than you should probably take a look
at something with a little more bulk to it. One shoe is not going to be the
"best" for kicking, but every shoe will offer a different feel. The answer
to this question is that it really depends on what you like. You have to be
comfortable with what you're wearing. Take a look at some of the reviews on
my website, and you should get a pretty good idea of what shoe is going to
be best for you.
Pablo Soto: Josh, can you do a review on the Pirma Monaco VI turquoise/orange. Are
these good soccer cleats?
joshua pinzon: Hey Josh what do you do with all those string bags
Jake Matthews: hey josh , would you be able to review the nike mercurial shin guards?
Egertoz: If the firm ground pattern is wet then yeah, or soft.
tundraleopard385: I practice on both turf (artificial grass) and natural grass but I'm not
trying to buy both a cleat with ag and fg stud patterns I am going to buy
one cleat and I need to know which pattern would work relatively well for
both firm ground and artificial ground?
Steve Hulland Jr: Josh - Have asked a few times...Arizona ground is VERY hard, not FG, no
cleat "digs in", ever. You end up balancing on the cleats above the playing
surface. We find that the AG cleats seem to work best on our best playing
surfaces and the "turf" for on those really hard practice fields. Can you
try and look in to this? We would like to know if you agree?
tonybabdos17: i was wearing a vapor 5 on turf and a broke my leg becouse of this 5:32
Nike Mercurial Vapor 9 IX Stud Pattern Comparison - AG VS FG VS SG-Pro4.9
out of 5