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2007 Baseball Cleats

Stick out in spring training with a new pair of baseball cleats! We look at five cleats that can't miss!

Baseball Cleats - Nike Jeter MCS

Wilson A0440 The Nike Jeter MCS is a shoe that is on the top of any baseball players' wish list - unless you're a Red Sox fan. Whether you're a Derek Jeter fan or not, it's hard not to love this shoe! The jumpman logo on the side with the stripe pattern behind it makes for one smooth-looking shoe. This cleat is also extremely light, which is good if you're planning on leading your team in stolen bases. Retail - $50 US.

Baseball Cleats - Under Armour Leadoff Mid

Under Armour Leadoff Mid When looking for a top performing cleat, the Under Armour Leadoff Mid has to be considered. It's built tough and is ready to handle all baseball conditions - wet, dry, cold and hot. The shoe is waterproof and has excellent ventilation, so your feet can breathe. This is a flashy shoe, so be prepared to stand out a little bit. Retail - $40 US.

Baseball Cleats - Puma Kat II RB

Puma Kat II RB The cool thing about the Puma Kat II RB is that it looks like the Puma shoes you wear on the street. This design has a very simple and clean look to it. The soft synthetic leather makes the cleat very durable and comfortable. The Puma Kat II RB also comes in red and black. Retail - $35 US.

Baseball Cleats - Nike Keystone Low

Nike Keystone Low The Nike Keystone Low definitely passes the performance test on the field. It was designed to handle any conditions, plus it's lightweight and comfortable. This cleat also passes the looks test - the silver pattern around the Nike swoosh gives this shoe a cool, modern look. The fold-over tongue that covers the laces is also a great design idea! This shoe comes in three equally good looking colors. Retail - $28 US.

Baseball Cleats - Adidas Triple Star 5

Adidas Triple Star 5 If simple yet fashionable is your cup of tea, then the Adidas Triple Star 5 might be the right cleat for you. This shoe sports the traditional Adidas look with the three stripes on the side. It also has the more modern Adidas logo put on the fold-over tongue of the cleat. As for performance, this shoe is equipped with an ultra comfortable insole and toe padding, which will ensure your feet never hurt when you're on the diamond. If red doesn't do it for you, the Adidas Triple Star 5 also comes in black and blue. Retail - $28 US.

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