Aaron Judge was the first guy to lace up the Icon Bounce last year, and at the time we thought that this would be a more sturdy alternative (Bounce is known to be stiffer than Boost cushioning) to the Boost Icon cleats that Kris Bryant had made famous a couple of seasons before. What’s been interesting is that the Icon Bounce, especially in 2019, has mostly replaced the Boost Icon in the MLB. JD Martinez wears the Icon Bounce V cleats in a player exclusive colorway, and not only is the colorway exclusive, there is no availability on the Icon Bounce V whatsoever at the moment.
If you’d like to shop Icon Bounce cleats, you’ll have to reach back to the previous model, the Icon Bounce 4, available on Baseball Express for $50-$69 at the link. If you like the look, the Boost Icon V is offered in an “Opening Day” colorway via adidas.com.