White Adidas Howzat FS II Cricket Mens Shoes Cricket Canada ADI5826


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Lightweight, supportive and protective, the Adidas SL22 FS II Cricket Shoes are an excellent all-round cricket shoe that offer superb breathability and support without adding unwanted weight. A TRAXION? outsole with 11 removable spikes provides excellent comfort and grip underfoot for multi-directional pitch play. A compression-moulded EVA midsole offers lightweight cushioning of the foot whilst a TPU injected torsion bar maintains shape and form - minimising the risk of injury and giving you complete confidence that the shoe will offer the necessary support when taking that quick single. Additionally, an adiPRENE?-lined insole dissipates rebound shockwaves away from contact areas to minimise the damage that can occur with frequent, high-intensity changes in direction whether you are fielding, batting or bowling.

Built to be lightweight and durable, a mid-cut upper offers superior flexion and proprioception, whilst an abrasion-resistant, RhynoSkin material has been included across the toe to protect against the rigours of the sport. Despite this, the shoe softens towards the front to retain as much comfort as possible.

  • Power Band - Provides additional support across the mid foot, offering a customisable fit and great lateral support.
  • adiPRENE? - Lined insole dissipates rebound shockwaves away from contact areas to minimise the risk of injury.
  • Flexible Forefoot - Makes this shoe ideal for both battling and fielding.
  • Pre-moulded EVA Midsole - For lightweight cushioning and shock absorption.
  • TRAXION? - A mixture of TRAXION? rubber lugs and removable front and back metal studs provide ample grip, even on abrasive wickets.
  • TPU Injected Torsion Bar - Maintains shape and form to minimise the risk of injury.
  • Synthetic Leather Upper - Designed to give durability and comfort, with a RhynoSkin forefoot reinforcement for amazing durability.



This product was added to our catalog on Thursday 22 May, 2014.