Your 2018 All-Star Game rundown. If we missed anything, tag us @whatproswear.
Some excellent looks at Francisco Lindor’s New Balance COMPv1, a player exclusive make-up for the All-Star Game. What’s that pattern there? Its cool whatever it is. These are a very loose interpretation of the retail silhouette, and you can shop COMPv1 here.
Forever underrated Jed Lowrie earned his first All-Star nod in 2018 at age 34, and picked up a hot-off-the-rack pair of NB Fresh Foam 3000v4 PEs for the game.
Jean Segura also earned himself an All-Star pair of the Fresh Foam 3000v4s.
This is what it looks like in front of 1B Mitch Moreland’s All-Star locker. New Balance swag for days. Those bottom lefts…
Salvador Perez consistently brings it, and Rawlings consistently delivers for him. Pair this ASG set with this mitt, designed by @supremegloves…
And you’ve got a very worthy competitor to Yadi’s new Jordan set:
I’ve gotta go with Salvy here. What do you think?
— Show Shoes (@ShowShoes35) July 17, 2018
Brandon Crawford’s shoes have their own Twitter account, and for good reason. His Trout 5s are but one of a plethora of fresh footwear that he’ll have at his disposable tonight. Shop the Trout 5 here.
Adidas’ Nations Pack, featuring the Afterburner 5 and the Icon 4 cleats, as well as the Icon 4 trainer, celebrate the international power of baseball. Aaron Judge, Luis Severino, Aroldis Chapman, J.D. Martinez, Chris Sale, Edwin Diaz, Joe Jimenez, and Sean Doolittle may wear these tonight.
A little late but here’s a look at Javy Baez’ SSK JB356 Maple bat from last night’s Home Run Derby. Javy hit the longest ball of the night at 479 feet. You can get Javy’s SSK JB9 model here.
Given Baez’ willingness to mix in relatively new gloves as gamers, there’s a real good chance we’ll see this patent leather SSK I-Web in the game tonight.
You won’t get this one, but SSK seems to have re-stocked on Baez gloves for you to shop here.
Here’s a sample of the Franklin custom batting gloves that will be gripping the mightiest bats in the game. Paul Goldschmidt, with hand protection inserted, will be rocking the fully custom Franklins you see above.
Francisco Lindor will wear these Franklin Pro Classics, which are very similar to the 4th of July CFX Pro gloves that Franklin is selling on their site.
Jose Altuve’s Powerstrap, a style that you can shop (without “MVP” logos) here.
Wilson Ramos had some wild customs made by @kdcustomkicks. I have no idea what model shoe these are, but they are most certainly hideous.
Edit: These are the Nike Air More Money.
A step up from the moonshoes above, these football Jordan 11 cleats with a loud and clear nod to his home country, Venezuela.
The Stance occasion socks are always money. Sliding in these things might be a tough out, but if you can keep ’em clean, they’re solid. Shop these (and a few other ASG options) here.
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