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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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