The Under Armour Yard Low ST seems to bring a sneaker experience into baseball cleats. This Under Armour model makes use of a combination of textile material for the forefoot with a stretchable low cut collar. Soft suede panels are also present to enhance stability while creating a locked-in feel for the wearer. Reinforcing the fit is a central lacing system, similar to the Adidas Speed Trainer 3, that gives the wearer a leeway for fit personalization.
The midsole, on the other hand, has UA’s Charged Cushioning technology. Designed for responsiveness and comfort, it ensures an explosive experience on the diamond.
The outsole holds a total of nine metal studs to deliver traction. The forefoot has six cleats while the heel area has three. This configuration has been specifically designed for an explosive experience in the field.
For fit customization and foot lockdown, a traditional lacing system has been made part of this Under Armour baseball cleat’s construction. Lumped together with this is a breathable tongue that keeps the foot cool.
The upper of the Under Armour Yard Low makes use of several elements for its construction. The forefoot area is constructed from textile while the low-cut collar is made from a stretchy material. Aside from the lacing system, soft suede panels are found to add stability and a locked-in feel for the player.
Taking care of comfort and cushioning is the brand’s Charged Cushioning technology. This innovative midsole has been developed to create a responsive feel for every step taken, generating explosive speed and power in the diamond.
With its nine metal cleat configuration, this Under Armour model optimizes speed and power in the field. The forefoot area holds a total of six studs while the heel area has three.
The Under Armour Yard Low St is available in several colorways including:
- Black - 001
- Navy - 402
- Red - 601
- Black - 004
- Royal - 401
- White - 101
- Black - 002
- The Under Armour Yard Low ST weighs at 12.3 ounces.
- This UA cleat has been sported by several pro-baseballers including Miguel Andujar, Dee Gordon, Corey Seager, Aaron Judge, Joe Panik, and Cody Bellinger.