Fernando Tatis Jr. celebrated his transition to Nike by breaking out a re-creation of one of the most iconic Nike shoes in recent memory, the Air Jordan 1 Travis Scott aka Cactus Jack… as a cleat. Based on the remnant stitch holes where the standard Swoosh would be, these are aftermarket though they’re clean as hell.
You could do this, and it would be a flex for the ages: purchase the cleats on the aftermarket (StockX) for a ridiculous amount of money and then send them to CustomCleats.com to be cleated. Clint Frazier put himself on the map with that exact move. Or you could go Tatis’ route and mimic the look with a more reasonably priced pair of standard AJ1s and a good custom artist.
Images via Tatis’ marketing agency @xamplebrand