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Kids' Low-Intensity Field Hockey Shoes DT100 Fix And Go - Blue

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Designed for young kids starting field hockey and playing at low intensity


Easy opening / closing

rip-tab closure


180g in size 13.5

Energy return

Components not designed for propulsion.


Small studs. Directional PAD at the front for changes in direction


The flexible EVA midsole provides good cushioning

Fitting comfort

Foam insole.


EVA midsole slightly covering the midfoot.


Detailed description

Outsole: moulded rubber with small round studs over the entire surface. In the front of the sole, under the 1st metatarsal head, directional PAD for easier changes in direction. / Midsole: flexible EVA. / Insole: flat foam.

Detailed description (continued)

Stiffener: stiff PU for foot support; interior: foam with mesh lining for comfort and breathability / Upper: PU and mesh at the end of the foot for breathability / Quarter: PU design insert + rip-tab for easier dressing / Tongue: foam with mesh lining for comfort.

Choosing the right size and model

Like with any sports shoes, your hockey shoes need to fit your feet properly. First, make sure there are no pressure points. Next, ensure your foot does not slip around inside the shoe. This is especially important when playing on artificial turf. According to manufacturers, certain models are specially adapted to women. They are designed for a smaller stature and a smaller foot volume.

Choosing the right size and model(cont.)

Some women have a small shoe size and tend to choose kids' shoes. These shoes are not suited to the stature of an adult female. How can you be sure that the shoes you try on fit you properly? Put on your hockey socks. Plant your foot firmly on the ground. While exerting pressure down on your foot, try to move your foot in all directions in the shoe. It should not be able to move.

Why wear specialised hockey shoes?

Field hockey shoes are designed with two specific features: reinforcements, especially at the front of the foot and the heel, to protect your feet from impacts from the ball and the stick, and a sole suited to field hockey playing surfaces - generally sandy or wet artificial turf - for the traction you need.

Special features of hockey shoes

Field hockey shoes are designed with features specific to the sport:

The outsole (the part of the sole in contact with the ground) is generally made of rubber and has spikes of various shapes and positions. It is harder than a trail shoe. It is adapted to synthetic, sandy, or wet pitches specific to field hockey. It ensures grip on the pitch, which is critical to field hockey.

Special features of hockey shoes (continued)

The tongue, over the instep, is generally made of foam and mesh and serves to protect the foot from splashes of water or dirt.

Safety tips

Hockey should be fun. Don't neglect your safety. Always wear your mouthguard, shin guards and a glove. Use hockey shoes with protective reinforcement and soles designed for your playing surface. Wear a mask and specially designed gloves. During matches and training.


Founded in 1891 by Allah Dita in Pakistan, just as the sport was emerging, Dita has pioneered numerous innovations that have shaped the modern game. Drawing on its unrivalled expertise, Dita designs products that enable a creative, successful game. Just check out Seve van Ass, Florent van Aubel and Martin Hâner to see what we're talking about!


The information here was provided by the manufacturer or observed by our teams from samples received from the manufacturer.



Upper of: 90.0% Polyurethane, 10.0% Polyester; Lining and sock of: 100.0% Polyester; Outer sole of: 25.0% Synthetic Rubber, 75.0% Ethylene Vinyl Acetate

Tips for storage and maintenance

Restrictions on use

Not suitable for other sports or activities.



2 Years