Mercurials

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SYBERIAN16
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Mercurials

Post by SYBERIAN16 » 18 Dec 2009, 03:13

Im going too buy mercurials next week, I was wondering if i can get some feed back from ppl that own these boots. Do you recommend them or not. why

nick117
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Post by nick117 » 18 Dec 2009, 04:31

i really like mine they are extremely light even being so thin you don't really get hurt because of it. the overall it's just a comphy light shoe and the studs are nice for traction.

SYBERIAN16
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Post by SYBERIAN16 » 18 Dec 2009, 04:33

how are these boots for shots?

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Post by jonpollock » 18 Dec 2009, 21:46

boots dont make shots, you should be able to hit a ball the same no matter what boot you wear.

i have vapors, and ive gone through, adipures, f50s, legends, preds. i just went back to vapors cos of the feel of them, i just love how light they are and how easy i can move around in them.
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Re: Mercurials

Post by adiman6 » 19 Dec 2009, 06:36

SYBERIAN16 wrote:Im going too buy mercurials next week, I was wondering if i can get some feed back from ppl that own these boots. Do you recommend them or not. why
hey i do not own any vapors but i know alot about them. what ones are you getting? 4's? superflys? Talarias? Steams?. im presuming you will be getting the nike mercurial vapor IVs. yes they are good for shots, they have a great clean striking surface. yes they are light, but in all honesty, this doesn't make you go faster, unless you were previosly wearing steel toe capped work boots, they make you feel your going faster, but then again this may give you confidence with your speed. I've never got vap's before coz im and adidas person.
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Post by klc123 » 19 Dec 2009, 14:12

I remember a certain someone saying...
Skills in the foot, not whats on it.
Yes they are a very good boot, and yes they make you feel more confident and they do help if you do lots of fancy footwork like Ronaldo, because it allows your feet to move more easily and quicker. But your not going to go from hitting weak shots to hitting Ronaldo screamers, it just doesn't work that way.

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Post by snell » 20 Dec 2009, 11:59

I love my vapors, i have a pair of V's and IV's and they are both tremendous and suprisingly comfortable. Only downfall is these boots smell something rotten when you get them wet :shock:

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Post by Vinz » 20 Dec 2009, 12:06

snell wrote:I love my vapors, i have a pair of V's and IV's and they are both tremendous and suprisingly comfortable. Only downfall is these boots smell something rotten when you get them wet :shock:
Haha lol yeah I get that too, when I clean them in the showers and I get them out of my bag they really smell baaaaad! No problems with Adidas if I do that..
The only thing about the Vapor IV is I'm still getting blisters.. But I like them so much because they're so light and the feeling when you aim at goal is nice!

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Post by Kasaki » 21 Dec 2009, 00:07

my new ones feel like sh*t , will they get better?>

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