Wide Soccer Cleats

If you have big feet, finding cleats that are comfortable and fit you well can be really tough. That’s why I’ve created this resource to help you find the cleats that are right for you! I have wide feet, so I’ve been through this process. I’ve managed to figure out what the best brands and styles are for people with big feet through trial and error – and here are my choices!

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Wide Cleats!

I’ve found Kelme cleats to be fantasic wide soccer cleats. They are wide around the middle of the foot without making the other parts out of proportion. With Kelme cleats, I would get the same size shoe that you normally wear. You’ll be amazed at the results! Out of the Kelme line, I would specifically recommend the Moleon TRX and the Aire TRX (see below).

Kelme Moleon TRXKelme Aire TRX
Kelme Moleon TRX / Kelme Aire TRX

Kelme cleats may not look wide in those pictures, but trust me, when you put them on, they’ll feel amazing.

The Nike Total 90 line is also very good for people with wide feet. I love these cleats. They offer great power and accuracy while still being very comfortable for people with large feet. Watch out, though, because the other Nike lines of cleats are not wide AT ALL! I’m talking about the Mercurial line specifically – they tend to run very narrow. But the Total 90s are fantastic. I highly recommend them. There are three cleats on the T90 line: Lasers, Strikes, and Shoots. The Shoots are the cheapest, but I don’t recommend them. They aren’t very durable at all, and they’ll likely fall apart on you quickly after you get them. I highly recommend the T90 Lasers and T90 Strikes (see below). They are fantastic wide soccer cleats for people with large feet!

Nike T90 LaserNike T90 Strike
Nike T90 Laser / Nike T90 Strike

Kelme cleats and the Nike T90 line are my favorites for people with wide feet, but if you’re set against buying either of those, you have one more option. Buying cleats made from kangaroo leather is a very good choice for people with large feet. Kangaroo leather molds to your foot very well and creates a very comfortable fit. If you buy cleats with kangaroo leather, they will likely be uncomfortable for the first couple weeks, but then they’ll feel great. Some of my favorite k-leather cleats include T90 Lasers (mentioned above), Lotto Stadio Primatos, and Puma v1.10s and v1.08s (see below). All of these cleats do a great job molding to your foot and end up being very comfortable.

Nike T90 LaserLotto Stadio Primato
Nike T90 Laser / Lotto Stadio Primato

Puma v1.08Puma v1.10
Puma v1.08 / Puma v1.10

I hope I’ve done a good job covering wide soccer shoes here, but if you have any more questions, please contact me! I’m happy to answer all questions. You can click any of those links in the article to go and buy the cleats mentioned!

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66 Responses to “Wide Soccer Cleats”

  1. Xandra September 8, 2011 at 12:37 am #

    Hi! This is a wonderful article! My almost 8 yr old son has WIDE feet and Is on his 4th pair of Mizunos (currently, Ignitus) because his feet keep growing! Nike and Adidas youth cleats are too narrow. Mizunos are the widest available locally. He rarely complains about injuries and I’ve never heard him say anything about his cleats but I have a feeling he curls his toes inside his cleats (or something!) because some of his toenails are blackened. They look abused and half dead. But when I ask him, he says his feet and cleats are fine. What should I do? We have very little selection of soccer cleats in the Philippines. I’d order online but really need advice on WIDE youth cleats! THANKS!

  2. Kevin September 17, 2011 at 7:03 am #

    HI! m also experiencing a problem…what’s the correct adidas size for my foot??….its 10.6 inches from heel to toe…what wud be the correct US size?? notify me as quickly as u can…….this is my first cleat/boot so im a lil confused abt my size…:(……hope u experts can help me! :)

  3. Donna mahaffey September 17, 2011 at 7:13 pm #

    Hi! I appreciated this article because my son also has wide feet… I ordered him the moleon kelme cleats that you recommended in your article in 10.5, but they were never sent… Now the shipper is offering what they say is a better shoe, the TRX star.. Is this, in fact, a better shoe? Or are they just saying so? I really liked the other ones also because the team’s colors are blue and white, and the paw was great for the pumas… The substitute ones are black and gray… But mostly I’d like them to fit.. Any opinions on the Kelme star TRX5? Thanks for your help:)

  4. josh October 1, 2011 at 12:12 pm #

    Hey man just wondering if you can point me in the direction to find some of these cleats? I wear a size 13.5 4e in a running shoe and have been trying to get into soccer but its hard without cleats. I’ve even called some of the manufactures. Please help!

    (Im worried about trying to buy a pair that are a little small and them not fitting.

  5. TheWienerMan October 23, 2011 at 9:08 am #

    What about turfs and indoor cleats for wide feet?

  6. Torsten February 16, 2012 at 9:16 pm #

    Just thought I’d leave a comment/review of what happened with the advise I got here.
    I bought the Under Armour – Dominate Pro K-FG and tested them out. They are OK cleats, and are quite wide, but they dont stretch near the toe, as there is a rubber edge, that doesn’t stretch as the k-leather does.
    So after a while, I decided to try the T90 Laser III (found them on sale), and WOW. After a couple of sessions, they just seem like the cleats I have been searching for.
    I am buying a pair of Laser IV’s, when I find them at a resonable price (and then use the III’s I have in the winter, and the IV’s for summer).

    Thank you for your advice.

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