Shoe-Worn Device Helps Kids Perfect Their Soccer Kick

Shoe-Worn Device Helps Kids Perfect Their Soccer Kick
Fitness & Sport

A new wearable helps youth players improve their placement skills and technique

Jennifer Passas
  • 27 september 2016

Contrary to popular belief, soccer balls should be kicked using the side of your foot not your toes, a fact that is lost on many of us, especially kids. A new wearable device called The Sockit, made from thermal plastic rubber, helps youth soccer players improve their skills through a rubber sleeve that fits over their shoes and cleats.

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