What type of boots?

So I’m from a rugby League background and never played on a 3g pitch before, I have just come back from injury and stupidly assumed my MyBlades would fine as they’re moulded…silly me haha, I’ve learnt they are not the appropriate boots as I haven’t been able to walk the last few days lol, anyhow, I’m getting conflicting info online but the national 5 aside say the boots with lots of moulded bumps are fine, is this true? Because when I look for boots on sports direct those type don’t show up. I’m hoping they are green lighted because I’d be much faster.

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The little moulded bumps are fine, these would be your standard astro’s. EG https://www.sportsdirect.com/adidas-goletto-mens-astro-turf-trainers-263041?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI7oy4-4iU5QIVkICfCh2Ebw2lEAQYASABEgIgs_D_BwE#colcode=26304103

You can also find more and more boots now that are AG, artificial ground, and designed specifically for the 3G/4G surfaces. EG https://www.sportsdirect.com/adidas-x-183-mens-ag-football-boots-203346?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIgujqk4mU5QIVAo_ICh2Mtg4bEAQYAiABEgJGBfD_BwE#colcode=20334644

You cant really go wrong with either and would just come down to preference. Personally I use AG but I’d say the majority in our league use Astro’s.

Thanks brotha, that’s helpful. Appreciated.

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On this subject, I’m just about to start back after a torn calf. Cut a long story short, I need boots/trainers with a bit of lift to (hopefully) help me avoid further injury, but all the astro types I see are flat as a pancake.
Any ideas?