2008 Fall Footwear

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It's that time of year again—time for new sports shoes. Check out this season's top options for your fall sport.



It's that time of year again—time for new sports shoes. Check out this season's top options for your fall sport.


Nike Air Zoom Superbad, $110, nike.com

Top features: Zoom Air adds low, responsive cushioning, while the traditional lacing system provides a tighter, more centralized fit.

adidas Scorch 8 Superfly, $85, adidas.com

Top feature: With the Superfly, you can change out studs to suit the field's dry, wet or soggy conditions.

New Balance MF825, $85, newbalance.com

Top feature: The rubber cleat provides traction and stability, particularly needed on artificial turf.

Reebok V. Young Electrify, $100, reebok.com

Top features: This shoe's Pump technology allows you to customize the fit. The aluminum-tipped cleats make these kicks a great option for grass and field turf.

UA Proto Speed Low MC, $80, underarmour.com

Top features: The Proto's round studs on the forefront maximize your rotational capabilities, while the bladed heel studs enhance control.

Pony Moss 1 Mid, $95, pony.com

Top feature: The Moss Mid has an egg crate cross section to enhance your comfort and limit the friction between your foot and the shoe.



asics Gel-Domain, $90, asics.com

Top features: The Gel-Domain is compatible with most ankle braces; it's washable; and the heel is lined with memory foam to create a personalized fit.

Mizuno Women's Wave Tornado 3, $110, mizuno.com

Top features: The Tornado, designed for flat feet, features Intercool™ technology, which expels heat for cooler play.



Puma King XL IFG, $130, puma.com

Top feature: The shoe molds to the shape of your foot, thanks to the entirely, ultra-thin leather upper.

Nike Mercurial Vapor IV FG, $210, nike.com

Top features: This cleat's low profile and lace cover provide a larger ball contact area; lightweight design aids your speed on soft, natural surfaces.

adidas F50.8 Tunit, $170, adidas.com

Top features: Pair the Tunit's rugged upper with a bottom and stud set of your choice. Included are a set of SG, FG and HG studs, and a stud wrench.



Nike Zoom Victory+, $100, nike.com

Top feature: Nike's Flywire technology allows for the ultimate weight reduction to help you move even faster.

New Balance MR805BG, $85, newbalance.com

Top feature: This lightweight kick is built for speed and interval training.

Saucony Progrid Ride, $90, saucony.com

Top feature: This ride provides cushioning and flexibility for the runner with a neutral (not high or low) arch.

asics Gel-Nimbus 10, $120, asicsusa.com

Top feature: The Gel-Nimbus offers a gender-specific fit to recognize the natural changes in the shape of the woman's arch.



Footjoy DryJoys, $170, footjoy.com

Top features: The DryJoys come with a two-year waterproof warranty and the Fast Twist System, which secures and releases the cleat with a ¼ turn for quick changing.

Puma Women's Lynks Patent, $85, puma.com

Top features: Look good while you play by attaching (or detaching) the leather kiltie. The outsole has a quill-inspired tread pattern to keep your feet planted firmly on the ground.



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