Hockey shoes from ASICS, adidas, Dita and Reece
You have your own playing style and that includes the right hockey shoes. One likes to play on a flexible hockey shoe, while the other is looking for a sturdy and wider hockey shoe. On this page you can choose from ASICS hockey shoes, adidas hockey shoes and Dita hockey shoes. The shoes offer good cushioning, have a nice fit and the right stability. And, just as importantly, the hockey shoes also look fashionable and stylish. Do you want to stand out with the best hockey shoes? Take a look at Sportshop.com.
Lightweight hockey shoes for men, women, boys and girls
Are you currently looking for men's hockey shoes, women's hockey shoes, boys hockey shoes or girls hockey shoes? Then you are at the right place for both juniors and seniors. The models are lightweight and the good shock absorption allows you to play very comfortably. Just like you, we know that a flexible hockey shoe on your foot is essential when extending or retracting. That is exactly what you can expect from one of the models from ASICS, adidas, Dita or Reece. Do you choose low hockey shoes or high hockey shoes this season?
Hockey shoes for the field and hockey shoes for the sports hall
You train and play all year round. That is why you need both hockey shoes for the field and hockey shoes for the sports hall. The field hockey shoes have small studs, which ensure optimal grip on artificial grass pitches, while the non-marking sole of indoor hockey shoes offers this grip on an indoor field. If you regularly play on sandy fields, it is wise to buy hockey shoes with a little longer studs.
In this way you can best maintain your hockey shoes
Just like with your hockey stick and hockey clothing, you want your hockey shoes to remain in top condition for as long as possible. That is why correct maintenance is of great importance. Consider, for example, treating your shoes with a water-repellent spray and after every game you let your shoes air out by removing the insole from the hockey shoes. Another option is to use shoe fresheners, which blow your shoes dry and absorb bacteria. A shoe lasts an average of one to two seasons, which of course depends on how regularly you play.