Low top collar sit just below the ankle area. This type of cut allows for easier mobility for players. See low top baseball cleats
MidMid top collars are long enough to cover the ankle area but are not as long as high tops. This cut type provides more support compared to low top but are not as restrictive as high tops. See mid top baseball shoes
HighHigh top collars extend way above the ankle area and provides maximum support.
- Stud type
Considered to bring the best traction compared to other spike types as they provide maximum grip on dirt fields. They also keep the player planted when slowing down. See metal molded baseball shoes
Created out of rubber or plastic, these studs are planted on the outer sole. They are also cheaper compared to metal spikes. See molded plastic baseball shoes
Turf/TrainerCommonly worn by players when practicing, this baseball shoe type is more comfortable compared to other cleats.See baseball turf shoes/ trainers
- Athlete Signature
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