Football Boots

Firm Ground Football Boots

FG stands for firm ground football boots, which means boots that have been designed to be worn on the firmer football pitch. They’re best suited to the spring and summer months when the ground becomes drier and harder, or winter pitches that have been hardened by frost. Pre-season or the end of the season, the short moulded studs and blades of a firm ground football boot are going to be the best thing to wear to keep your feet comfortable on harder grass football pitches.

Hard Ground Football Boots

what’s the difference between FG (firm ground) and HG (hard ground) boots? Hard ground football boots are designed for very tough surfaces, where there is very little give in the football pitch. They can also be worn on astroturf or 3G surfaces. Hard ground boots often feature a series of very short moulded studs that provide the grip you’ll need on these surfaces without causing any pain or discomfort.

Indoor Football Boots

Indoor football trainers are designed specifically for artificial indoor surfaces where you might play 5-a-side, futsal or other small-sided versions of football. The soles of these indoor football boots are often crafted from rubber or a soft plastic, giving you the level of comfort and flexibility you wouldn’t get from a more traditional pair of football boots, while the uppers provide the same comfort, control and striking ability you’d expect from any other pair of football boots.