Designed for pure control, the NIKE® FC247 Bomba Finale II men's low-cut soccer shoes are crafted using super-snug NikeSkin® technology that provides optimal touch when passing and shooting. A molded sockliner channels impact shock into responsive energy return, and the rubber outsole delivers aggressive traction on the turf.
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Model Number: 580447
Shoe Weight: 9.3 oz (size 8.5)
Upper Material: Synthetic/Mesh
Synthetic/Mesh upper provides lightweight comfort and support.
Rubber outsole is long-wearing and durable.
Cushioning Technology: Forefoot and Rearfoot
All Conditions Control (ACC) technology ensures shooting and passing accuracy in any weather
NikeSkin® upper offers a super-snug fit for great ball contact
Comments about NIKE Men's FC247 Bomba Finale II Low Soccer Shoes:
So I got these shoes because they looked like they'd be good shoes. They're cleats while also being turf shoes. I haven't tried wearing them outside, but my initial impression is that I can. However, there have been reviews about the material wearing out quickly. Outdoor activity is only going to speed that up. Anyways, I originally got a 9.5, which is what I wear in regular shoes. I tried on the 9 but it felt very tight and narrow. I went and played and instantly realized 9.5 was apparently too big. My toes didn't reach the end of the shoe and I was making early contact on the ball repeatedly. Severely messing with my game. I also rolled my ankle. So I took them back and got the 9's. Went out and played in those. Certainly a lot more improvement with my touch on the ball. I didn't even notice the narrowness of the shoe while I was playing. So just an fyi, if it feels narrow while trying it on...get over it I guess. But...I still managed to sprain my ankle. Same ankle in exact spot with the larger shoes. They have "Low" in the title and I'm thinking that's the issue. They are kind of low. Or maybe it just means low profile? I don't know. Either way, sprained my ankle. But, I also think that that's jut my fault. Hadn't played on turf in a while and I was tripping in my Sambas (great shoes...get them). Sambas are for different type of indoor field. Which is why I got these. So, to sum up: I do recommend these shoes. The ankle spraining I believe is more my fault. I am used to a higher shoe (compared to where it sits below your ankle) and like with any cleat, there are growing pains. You probably will get a heal blister...those are almost unavoidable when it comes to new shoes. But, I did not get any toe blisters. They are pretty flexible and don't appear to require much breaking in.
Feels true to size
Feels too narrow
View On Shoes:
Shoes are for Wearing
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend