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Warrior Burn 2nd Degree Cleats


The 2nd Degree cleat is crafted on Warrior’s original speed last and equipped with a TPU Lateral Outrigger for exceptional stability for side-to-side movements and planting yourself on the field. Keep Reading…

The 2nd Degree cleat is crafted on Warrior’s original speed last and equipped with a TPU Lateral Outrigger for exceptional stability for side-to-side movements and planting yourself on the field.


14 molded pegs are strategically placed in the heel and forefoot to provide you with ultimate cutting and motion control on all field surfaces.


TPU Lateral Outrigger provides exceptional stability for the lateral part of the foot, giving you the support to pull off any cut, anytime, anywhere on the lax field.


The state-of-the-art synthetic and mesh upper features lightweight Climax Control mesh for serious ventilation and Players Club mesh for lightweight durability, and accents of high-quality Pimp Skin and Zebra Skin trick out the upper without weighing it down.

Offered in a variety of colors. Available at ShopWarrior.com.

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Brett Henderson
10 years ago

worst cleats on the face of the earth… i own the first and second edition of warriors cleats… hate them both, so uncomfortable, these kill my ankle, the material they make the inside of the cleat is nice because its durable, but is like sand paper! and the tongue of the cleat hurts if you tie your cleats all the way up, which is what they are designed to do for ankle support. They do look nice but are soo uncomfortable, mine will be sitting in my locker for the rest of the season. I’d say about half of kids on my team would say the same about these. the turfs are awesome though!!!! DONT BUY THESE.

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