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Frequently Asked Questions

What do footballers wear for winter training?

#1.Football Boots: Invest in both Soft-Ground (SG) and Firm-Ground (FG) boots to navigate various winter conditions.

#.2Base Layers: Wear compression-like base layers to stay warm and wick away sweat during wintry sessions.

#3.Snood: Embrace warmth with a snood designed to mimic a scarf, featuring sweat-wicking technology. Note league regulations regarding snood use during games.

#4.Gloves: Choose performance gloves with polyester-based fabrics for water resistance and durability.

#5.Shin Pads: Select Shin Guards based on your preference – Slip-In for flexibility (e.g., Nike Mercurial Lite) or Ankle Shin Guards for added protection (e.g., Nike Charge Shin Pads).

#6.Compression Socks: Enhance blood flow and reduce muscle strain with sock sleeves like Karrimor Compression Running Socks.

#7.Grip Socks: Prevent slippage inside boots with Grip Socks. TapeDesign Outdoor Socks offer comfort and flexibility.

#8.Boot Buddy: Keep boots clean and in top condition with the Boot Buddy, featuring a mud scraper and unique bristle design.

#9.Sock Tape: Secure socks and shin guards in place with Sock Tape. Sondico Sock Sport Tape ensures a comfortable fit.

#10.Studs: Replace worn metal studs on Soft-Ground boots with Smartpower Performance Studs for optimal performance.

#11.Spare Boxers: Have a spare pair of boxers for post-training comfort. Nike's Cotton Stretch Trunks are a reliable choice.

Remember, preparation is key to facing the challenges of winter training. Ensure you have the right gear to stay warm, dry, and focused on the pitch.

What types of football boots are recommended for winter training?

For optimal performance, we recommend Soft-Ground boots for muddy pitches and Firm-Ground boots for frozen surfaces. Explore our collection for top choices.

What is the purpose of base layers in winter football training?

Base layers, or underlayers, keep players warm by sitting close to the skin and wicking away sweat. They provide compression for upper legs, preventing muscle ache and cramps.

Can I wear a Snood on the pitch during winter training?

While Snoods are excellent for warmth, be cautious in league games as they may not always be allowed. Check with the event organiser to avoid issues.

What material is recommended for winter football gloves?

For winter football gloves, it's recommended to choose gloves made from polyester-based fabrics. These materials offer excellent water resistance and durability.