Lightweight cleat weighs less than 11 ounces. SuperFoam insole absorbs shock and protects athlete from injuries. Hybrid cleat combines durability and lightweight support. TPU welding along the upper provides toe protection.
Because of the newer technology, these are pricier than the others on our list.
Durable design is made with an abrasion resistant toe piece. 3/4-inch midsole foam absorbs shock and provides a cushioned ride. Rotational traction increases speed and agility. Rubber molded cleat material keeps the overall weight light.
Some athletes found these shoes to be much wider than the average width of a baseball cleat.
Breathable, lightweight upper and mesh tongue allow air to easily reach the foot. Ankle strap provides added support. Rubber molded cleats are lightweight yet durable. Flashy metallic coloring provides a unique look.
Some athletes commented that this shoe runs small, so ordering a size up is a good idea.
Custom laces and synthetic leather upper come in lots of classic colors to match all uniforms. Steel cleats provide the highest level of traction. Rigid TPU outsole provides stability for athletes suffering with overpronation issues.
Because of the steel cleats, this shoe is quite heavy at 2 pounds.
Hybrid metal and molded cleats deliver lightweight performance. Flashy colors create a unique look. ClutchFit technology supports the ankle without limiting movement. Micro G midsole cushioning for added comfort.
The lower profile doesn't provide as much motion control and ankle support as other options.
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Under Armour is a brand leader, and the company’s baseball cleats offer a range of colorful and snappy designs in a choice of leather, synthetic materials, or a combination of the two. Leather shoes are more flexible and breathable, while synthetic shoes offer better support. Under Armour has proprietary features like SuperFoam insoles for shock absorption and Charged Cushioning for explosive speed. The cleats themselves come in plastic, metal, or a combination of the two materials. Metal cleats offer the best traction and can help a batter get a toehold in the box. The downside is that this grip can cause injuries if the athlete makes a sudden change of direction. Plastic cleats last longer and are better than metal in soft ground.
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