Sharp-looking shoe with black, white, and gray that looks good with many uniforms. Sizes available (including wide sizes) to fit nearly any child. A trusted name for athletic shoes of all types. Extra toe reinforcement to help avoid excessive wear in this important area of the shoe.
Shoes run a little small. Design not available with metal spikes.
Unisex. Five colors available. Lightweight. Sturdy stitching. Reinforced toecap. Padded heel and collar for extra overall comfort. Resilient rubber cleats. Excellent traction.
Not the best option for children with wide feet.
Excellent traction in the outsole of the shoe means you can wear it on dirt or grass and receive the traction you need. Trusted brand name for athletic shoes. Reasonable price. Good durability. Interior of the shoes is cushioned for comfortable practice.
This model tends to run narrow and may have limited size availability.
Mid-ankle cut provides a good mix of support and flexibility. Several color combinations available. Comfortable shoe tongue is wider than most. Rubber outsole provides extra grip.
Not the longest-lasting youth baseball cleat on the market.
Supportive mid-ankle fit. Striking black-and-white or red-and-white color designs. Excellent traction for players as they run the bases or play the outfield. Toe area is reinforced for durability.
It’s pricey for a baseball shoe for growing kids.
Baseball cleats are needed to provide traction for players on both dirt and grass surfaces. Infielders and base-runners will be running in dirt most of the time, so cleats provide traction on soft ground. Outfielders run in grass, so cleats must help with traction on potential wet surfaces, too. Baseball cleats tend to have 1 of 2 styles of cleats on the bottom of the shoe. Some baseball shoes will have metal cleats. These studs are thin, allowing them to really dig into a dirt surface. Other baseball shoes, especially those for young kids, will have plastic cleats. These tend to be rounded and look a lot like soccer or football cleats. Some leagues don’t allow the use of metal cleats, so always check with the league rules before making a purchase.
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