Among both professional players and common players, adidas F50 soccer shoes are considered as one of the most polarizing boots on the planet today, with there being very little middle ground on these boots. There are different versions of adiZero soccer shoes released in the market. With a similar name, the F5 is a tier that many of you probably did not know existed. However, the F5 turned out to be one of the favorite boots from wearers as they have the pleasure of wearing.
The upper is similar to the F10, but, while it still has that similar feel. There is a massive difference involved with touch, but that is something that will be more affected by the comfort than with the upper. Once again, it is a great boot for beginners or young players.
This series of soccer shoes are padded everywhere, therefore the comfort on the boot is surprisingly amazing. Although it will affect your touch a bit, the comfort is great. For parents that want to have as few “boo-boo’s” and blisters to deal with as possible, this is the boot for you. The heel on the F5 is the only one to have something that doesn’t feel like a synthetic against your heel.
The F5 soccer shoes have a different soleplate from the other shoes. It has a bladed stud pattern that is similar to what you would see on the lower tiers of a typical (non-LZ) Predator release, and it might actually be preferred by some to the triangular stud-pattern found on the other boots in this silo. It will be a soleplate that is dependable and will be as durable as the upper that sits upon it.
However, there are also negative reviews. The negatives involved with the F5 are there. The padding on the inside of the boot does affect your touch. And if you are hoping for a boot with a superior touch, this one might not be your first choice. Nevertheless, it is still a great choice for 1st year players, at the same time when you have to consider the price-tag.