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New Jordan Cleats for Florida

The Florida Gators have started to release some of the cleat options their team will rock this season. The blue Jumpman cleats will come in a variety of options that will fit the player’s position and style preference perfectly to achieve the best cleat for performance. We see six different options so far, all with a blue upper, the white and orange bottoms in the iconic Jordan print, and gator logos throughout. We will keep you posted as more colorways start to roll out for the Gators.

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Custom Retro 11's for Dan Mullen

Florida’s Head Football Coach, Dan Mullen, is hitting the SEC Media Day in style. The Gators official apparel provider is Jordan and one of the perks that comes with the partnership is access to retro jordans. Coach Mullen took it a step further and customized the kicks with an alligator skin pattern in Florida Blue. As well as on the tongue of the shoes features the gator head logo with DM on the back of the shoes. Media Day has turned into a time for coaches to show off their swag and represent for their teams while catching the eyes of recruits.

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MLB All-Star Cleats

With the MLB All-Star game today we take a look at the cleats that the best players in the MLB will be hitting the diamond in.



Under Armour took their design inspiration from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on the UA Yard cleats. The white cleats feature a bright contrast of colors, creating a tie-die pattern with the words “LET’S ROCK LET’S ROLL” on the tongue. On the inside of the cleat we see the silhouette of a baseball player in full uniform swinging a guitar as if it were a baseball bat.


Nike took its inspiration from Cleveland’s history as the Rock and Roll Capital of the World. The silhouette for the designs are the new Nike Force Zoom Trout 6 cleats. Each of the colorways have been inspired by iconic rock album covers, featuring special materials, such as denim and paisley synthetic.


Adidas went with an "Iced Out" inspired design for their All-Star players cleats. The designed is meant to be a nod to the All-Star caliber athlete who takes the field with emotions in check, laser-focused and ice in his veins to stay calm under pressure. The "Iced Out" pack features a blend of white, grey, and ice-blue colorways giving a Frozen effect that is highlighted by crystal graphics around the upper, adidas’ iconic Badge of Sport logo sitting on top of ice cycles and a sub-zero thermometer icon on the heel tab.

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Cam Newton's New Signature Cleats

Cam Newton has released his latest signature cleat, the UA C1N MC. The new silhouette was created to give the feeling of a track spike but with the secure fit of a work boot. The design utilizing a slip-on knitted bootie that has a molded ankle collar for that secure fit. We see on the upper next-generation lacing, TPU tabs and a ghillie system to keep the foot secure, even while absorbing the most explosive cuts. On the bottoms of the cleats are lightweight carbon plates that create enhanced traction on the field, and will allow athletes, like Cam, to quickly step forward into the pocket as defenders look to collapse the edges around him. The backs of the cleats highlight Cam’s unique style, that he brings on and off the field, with 1ØV£ written down the heel tab.

The all-new UA C1N MC football cleat are available on

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Nike Force Zoom Trout 6 Cleats

Mike Trout and Nike have released his sixth signature cleat, the Nike Force Zoom Trout 6 cleat. This time around Trout didn’t hold back when it came to his signature shoe. He dove right in with everything he wanted to see on this cleat. His focus was to give back to the younger generation and really create a cleat that would hit home with them as well as make them the best player on the baseball diamond.

“I held in my feedback for those first meetings, but it was more because I didn’t know Nike could make the smallest changes based on what I wanted. If there was some seam on the cleat I didn’t like, I could change it, or if there was a feature from a past cleat I wanted to bring in, I could do it. Looking back, I should’ve been more vocal from day one.” - Mike Trout

The Five-Tool criteria for Trout’s perfect cleat were:

  • Comfort “It starts as soon as you put it on. You need to be able to play and not worry about your feet bothering you.”

  • Weight “You obviously can’t have heavy feet out there during play. Linear speed is a critical part of the game.”

  • Flair “Does it look good? I’m big on feeling confident in a certain look.”

  • Durability “A comfortable cleat needs to last. You can’t have a cleat break down after wearing it for a week.”

  • Personal Details “There are details on a cleat that people might not see on camera, but are incredibly personal to me, like the area code to my hometown. A big component for me is when you can present a cleat to someone and build a story around it.”

Look for the cleat to be on sale July 5th along with a turf version.

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Bryce Harper 4th of July Cleats

Bryce Harper wore these special cleats for the 4th of July. The UA Harper 4 cleats are decorated with a stripe inspired radial wrap located around the forefoot panel and heel counter. On the cleats we see the words “Old Glory,” “Land of the Free,” and “Home of the Brave” run down alongside the tongue. In addition to the cleats Harper will have matching gloves to go with the cleat and complete the 4th of July look.

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Klay Thompson's Newspaper Kicks

Klay Thompson’s and his shoe company Anta are celebrating his max contract with the Warriors by releasing a special edition pair of kicks. The shoes will feature newspaper clippings on them as a reference to Klay’s habit of reading the newspaper at his locker before games. Take a look at the kicks below.

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Giannis Antetokounmpo Air Zoom Freak 1

The reigning NBA MVP, Giannis Antetokounmpo has released his first signature shoe, the Nike Air Zoom Freak 1. The design was created to be a sleek basketball shoe that fits Giannis’ versatile game as well a uniquely honoring his family. The Air Zoom Freak 1 takes some inspiration from the Nike Kobe line, with details in the shoe paying tribute to Antetokounmpo's jersey number, his connection to his hometown in Athens, Greece and his family's legacy extending back to their native Nigeria.

"In a logo, you can put a lot of things together and talk about your life — represent family, represent Nigeria and Greece. That is exciting." - Giannis Antetokounmpo

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Under Armour Mother's Day Gear

Under Armour has released their Mother’s Day baseball gear for this season. Their top athletes like Bryce Harper, Christian Yelich and Vladimir Guerrero Jr. will be rocking these and showing their support for their biggest fans, their moms. We will see Outfielder Bryce Harper wearing a special pair of his signature UA Harper 3 cleats, decorated with a floral pattern around the heel and insole.

"My mom has always supported my dreams in every way that she knew how; through her love, her selflessness and by being there for me when I needed her most. This Mother's Day, I want her to know I can't thank her enough for all that she's done." - Bryce Harper

The other Under Armour baseball players will be wearing an exclusively designed colorway of the UA Yard, covered with messages and flowers inspired by children's artwork. The UA Harper 3 Mother’s Day cleats are available now.

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Spencer Dinwiddie Custom Kicks

Brooklyn Nets Point Guard, Spencer Dinwiddie, was ignored by the big sneaker companies early in his pro career. So he created and launched his own brand K8iros. This season he hit the court in his own footwear and each time had a one-of-a-kind custom pair that was painted by custom sneaker artist Kickasso.

We have seen Dinwiddie rock shoes that have honored Rosa Parks, Colin Kaepernick, Stan Lee, Frederick Douglass, Bruce Lee and even former President Barack Obama. Each design is inspired by the ideas of both Kickasso and Dinwiddie.

“The old adage is: look good, feel good, play good. You just feel good when you know you’ve got something nice on, something special. This year, in having my shoe, there was a different anticipation to it, looking to see how my peers would receive it. That was different. But there’s a sense of pride to it. It’s fun.” - Spencer Dinwiddie


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