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I really like it thanqq for delivered
Good and comfortable but a bit wide than my foot grip is quite nice
Bought two pairs for my daughter who has very wide feet. This meant that the normal "A" list boots were uncomfortable. Previously we have paid up to £170.00 for football boots as she is at a high level in football. We could not get the boots we normally bought (perhaps also due to Covid) so we went to our local Decathlon store. Best decision ever! They fit incredibly well (I know no two feet are the same), the most comfortable boots she has ever worn in 10 years and for under £35.00! Well done Kipsta design team. You have a lifelong customer for football boots!
The stitches are very bad , it's not been long since I bought these shoes ... But the shoes stitches opened and shoe starting tearing...
We are truly sorry for the inconvenience you have faced with one of our football shoes. It was never our intention.
It would be really great if you could share some more details or images of this product so that we can help you further. It is very surprising to know that the football shoe has conceded so soon.
Do be assured that we have a 2-year warranty for any manufacturing defect. and we will definitely help you with a solution if it is a defect.
Do write back to us if you have any further queries.
Digital Leader, Football
Nice design and very comfortable
Excellent studs but issue with the size.
I bought it for son, when he wore it for 4 days while playing soccer in ground, he developed Blister , later when he recovered and played again, same issue. Later after 10 days he played again same issue.
Worst ever experience of buying studs for my son.
Dear Mr. Aakash,
Thank you so much for sharing your valuable feedback with us. It really helps us to improve our products and services for our users.
Most of the times, it is usually not the football boots at fault that you have a blister. Blisters are injuries that appear due to an excessive amount of friction between the skin and the sock or between the skin directly with the football boot. This usually happens when you are wearing a boot that is a tad bit bigger (or too tight) than your foot size and it moves around while playing. The socks you wear also plays a big role in causing them. You could try wearing a thicker football sock or even grip socks some other brands offer. Using a boot for a long game before you break-in can also be a factor.
To avoid this, I would suggest using a lubricant in the blister-prone areas or even a band-aid. The best tip we could give you is to use good quality socks if the shoes fit perfectly.
We apologize if this has caused you any inconvenience.
Digital Leader, Football