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Both of these types are designed to play on Air Jordan 16s an indoor surface, and both are required to be able to withstand a lot of pivoting, twisting and heavy stopping. Jordan Winterized 6 Rings The main reason I was considering indoor football shoes was that they have a march larger range, and are generally a fair bit cheaper. The reason I am flirting with basketball shoes is that they offer a lot more ankle support than the others.
My girlfriend used sambas for a while, and they did fine. Ultimately, though, she picked up shoes specifically made for squash. Can you not access volleyball shoes? Those typically have the best cross over. That or indoor tennis, but they are a bit heavier/clunky.
My concern with soccer shoes is that they are really narrow and sleek, so the support is somewhat limited, good chance of rolling an ankle IMO. I also don get the feeling they have much padding for the amount of explosive impact involved in squash. Otherwise, I agree they are cheaper, relatively light, and accessible.
Basketball, they are clunky and heavy. But the added ankle support and maybe the tackiness of the soles will help, plus the additional padding. I play quite often so I go through shoes pretty quickly so I need to repeat this cumbersome process quite often.
The Nike LeBron 11 local sports store does sell a wide range of indoor football shoes at good prices and I figured that since they are designed Air Jordan Fusion 5 to play on a similar surface and for similar types of movements I would give them a go. At the end of the day I think I will give them a go and if I notice issues with ankle support I will go back to a squash shoe and try and flog the other pair off ebay.