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Features style accents attributed to professional player Bryce Harper. Available in black, white, red, or blue and whole and half sizes from 7 to 16. Made with mesh for airflow. Lining offers compression and lightweight padding. Has 10 studs.
Shoes may not feel flexible.
Lace-up cleats with a padded tongue and pull loop. Features mesh on the toes for airflow, 12 main rubber studs on the sole, and 7 smaller studs. Toe area has extra material and the ankle and heel areas are padded.
May not last as long as some more expensive options.
Features mesh on the toes and air holes on the sides. Lace-up design with ankle support and a Velcro strap at the top. Available in 3 colors and various sizes from 6.5 to 13. Lined with lightweight padding and compression.
Strap may not consistently stay attached.
Comes in 4 colors and sizes 4.5 through 15. Made with mesh on the toe and air holes on the side. Interior has padding that helps to maintain grip and increase speed. Features 10 studs that disperse and decrease pressure.
May be lacking in durability.
Lace-up cleats made with mesh for airflow. Features metal and plastic cleats for increased force and grip and a lightweight feel. Has a padded lining and durable laces. Available in 3 colors and sizes 9 through 14.
May not fit well for some wearers.
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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.