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Baseball Cleats

Check out the different baseball cleats:

– Molded Rubber cleats have grooves and smaller protrusions in the middle of the sole. These baseball shoes are worn by youth players. Works better on loose dirt. Ideal choice for beginners and intermediate level players.

– Metal cleats feature round bladed studs around the edges that are pointed in different directions. This type of cleats offers excellent traction on grass fields and dirt surfaces. Works better on places where they can penetrate grass and sand surface. High school, college and professional players use metal cleats which have permanent metal spikes.

– Turf cleats come with rubber bottoms, featuring shallow patterns for more traction and works well on asphalt and concrete surfaces. Ideal for training and field drills.

– Interchangeable cleats – As the name suggests, the studs can be changed from metal to rubber. The studs can be easily screwed on and off.