Adidas Nemeziz 19.4 is not just a cleat. It’s a commitment that skills must be for victory, not likes. If you’re ready to rip up the ground to lead your team to win, then this is the cleat you need. The soft mesh upper of these soccer cleats offers a responsive touch, helping you keep the ball close while weaving your magic. They are made with a mid-cut to support your ankle at every turn and twist.
The upper is a bit stiff right out of the box and will require a few matches to break in, but once it does, it offers a barefoot and responsive touch on the ball. The material isn’t too thick or padded so that you can feel the ball easily on your foot. Of course, having the laceless strike zone also means shooting and long shots feel amazing coming off the foot.
While you aren’t getting the full split sole plate design that comes on the premium Adidas Nemeziz 19+, the outsole on the Adidas Nemeziz 19.4 laceless offers a similar feel, but not quite the same performance. You get a regular full plate outsole, which made it a bit stiffer and heavier than the Adidas Nemeziz 19+. You will not have any issues with grip, which at the end of the day is what your outsole should be all about.
Fit and Feel
The first thing about this cleat is that this is one of the most difficult cleats to wear. It takes a lot of time to wear the cleat in the first few tries. You can use a shoehorn to speed up the process. However, after the struggle, You will be rewarded with an excellent compression fit entirely around your foot. A low cut v-shaped collar allows for an easier entry into the boot. Tension-type collar for a snug fit through the ankle.
A central lacing system allows you to tighten your fit, customizing how much tight you want your cleat to fit your foot.
A TPU firm ground outsole and agility stud configuration provides traction on firm, natural grounds. It allows you to make quick turns in different directions when you take the attack to the opposition.
The laceless Adidas Nemeziz 19.4 cleat does a great job of offering a laceless cleat at a more affordable price point, but you have to keep in mind that with the lower price, comes a sacrifice in materials and fit. It takes some time to get on, and the upper really needs significant break-in time. But once all this is said and done, it performs very well for a $100 cleat.
I will recommend the laceless Adidas Nemeziz 19.4 cleat for beginner to intermediate players who are looking to try out a laceless cleat without going all-in on an expensive pair. After all, if you like these cleats, then you can save up for your match day the Adidas 19.4 cleats because they are comfortable and lightweight.