Discussion in 'Soccer Boots' started by appleCORR7, May 9, 2014.
Nah, that black/blue/yellow one was released a couple of weeks back.
Okay, I must have missed it. I checked prodirectsoccer and they didnt have that colorway so I thought that it was still unreleased
PDS isn't the only store in the world...
We had a few in stock for a while.
Robbie Keane in the 11Pro to start the MLS season.
Kaka in blackedout copas
Couldn't edit my previous post but here's a picture
The stripes were cut, which I've done in the past to some copas. You culd se the area under the first stripe where there's a hole. During the game you could see his sick through it lol. Reminded me of the good old days of my stripped copas.
Suarez with a different take on how to wear your Trusox...
Almost looks like an attempt to disguise the trusox all together, weird since they sponsor him?
Also, has Bale stopped wearing them? Falcao wore them for U21's last night
Don't have a picture, but Hazard was wearing Vapor X with a carbon fiber/Superfly soleplate. Don't know if he's been doing this for a while but it's the first time I've seen it. If only they sold them like this to the public.
Funnily enough he wears them quite regularly in training but rarely in matches, not too sure why to be honest.
After tonight's performance I don't like football any more...
Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Shinji Kagawa and Ciro Inmobile: Adidas X
Sebastian Khel and Mats Hummels: Adidas Ace
Oliver Kirch and Marco Reus: Puma EVOSpeed
Kevin Kampl: Adidas X and Puma EVOSpeed
Özil in the blackout 2015 Ace, Arsenal are coming back for the title you chelsea goons betta watch out...
James in black outs.
Better close up of Hazard with CF soleplate on his Vapor X Shine Through collection
Gundogan finally got a boot sponsor as Adidas continue their run of signing up players
do trusox make a difference? honestly. need an andswer. and if so how
Honestly - not really. I wouldn't say they're worth the money personally. But you may find some use out of them.
Agrees, Tube socks do the trick as well.
Have the thin and the more padded version and with the more padded version i always get blisters. Have also tried running socks from X-socks and must say i don't really feel any difference.
To be fair, I have not used them (TruSox), but I am probably going to give them a shot. To me it says something when such a large uptake of players use the product without being paid to do so, but in the same vein footballers are bandwagon trend hoppers a lot of the time as well.............I have to say the sock market leaves a lot to be desired in terms of quality, design, and thickness. It didn't use to be that way, I can say that without a hint of "old guy" retrospective nostalgia. Then again, the internal material on boots is way too slick most of the time these days as well. The materials don't often interact well.
They work very well. I use them for indoor. It's an insane difference. I also wear them to play golf, and again it's a huge difference. I'm surprised they don't go on Shark Tank or something. I guess they were smart enough to come up with a great product but can't market or grow a business for shit. It works for any sport where you are transferring power to the ground. Baseball, softball, golf, basketball, track & field...
My feet get horribly sweaty during play, and depending on the boot/insole my feet will begin to slide around a bit. Trusox eliminated that so they're worth the money to me.
Realistically the different in 'transferring power' is that minimal though, I doubt in reality you notice any difference at all.
Not saying they don't work... Initially I thought they were great! But after a few weeks, maybe months, I just stopped wearing them.
It's only when I saw a similar question posed on here about TruSox that I thought... They're okay, they probably do work. But realistically, I never felt a difference to my game.
Don't think I've ever played noticeably better wearing them. And I'm a fairly superstitious guy when it comes to football.