They are very much alike the shift-fly’s that I showed above. They do look lighter, with the mesh-type material instead of the shift-fly’s Leather parts.
One thing I forgot to mention, the most prominant difference beteen a 10 spike plate and an 8 (or any sprinting shoe for that matter), is the Plate Itself.
Length and Thickness is the key factor of any spike plate. 8 spikes will usually give you plenty of traction. They say the shoe doesn’t make the man, which Is true, However; the Plate is of great signifigance.
400m – you need something flexible. (maxcats)
200 – 6/8 plate design slight flexibility (zoom celars/superflys)
60-100 – 10/8 spike plate This things rock hard (superflys/shift-fly’s/NB 330’s)
All in all, your spikes are very nice.