The New Balance 4040 v5 Mid-cut has been developed to deliver a comfortable and supportive ride in the diamond. The upper of this baseball cleat is constructed from synthetic material. Coated with a TPU, the upper delivers zonal strength while maintaining flexibility. A traditional lacing system allows the wearer to customize the fit. Broad-footed players have not been forgotten either as this NB pair has a wide fit variation.
The brand’s REVlite foam acts as this pair’s cushioning system. It has been developed for lightweight cushioning while delivering responsiveness and durability for the wearer.
The TPU outsole of this New Balance pair has an eight-spike plate. The heel area, on the other hand, has a total of four. This configuration ensures grip in the diamond.
The New Balance 4040 v5 mid-cut TPU features a traditional lacing system. This feature allows the wearer to create a more customized fit.
This New Balance 4040 model features a synthetic upper that envelops the foot to deliver a comfortable feel. The upper is coated with TPU zones that help deliver zonal strength. While ensuring durability, flexibility is still maintained. The mid-cut construction, on the other hand, delivers ankle support.
To accommodate broad-footed players, a wide fit option for these cleats have been made available by New Balance.
REVlite midsole serves as this New Balance baseball cleat’s cushioning system. The material has been developed to promote optimal responsiveness and durability while being 30% lighter than other foams with similar performance.
An eight-spike plate is used for this TPU baseball shoe while the heel area holds four spikes. This configuration delivers a grip on the diamond. Furthermore, the plate delivers a supportive and flexible feel.
The New Balance 4040 v5 Mid-cut TPU is available in several colorways including:
- Black with White
- A metal version of this New Balance model has been made available by the brand.
- Ronald Acuna has been spotted sporting the metal version of this model for the Players’ Weekend in 2019. Additionally, Jose Altuve wore the low top, metal version of this baseball cleat model.