By Conor Dines
With the green flag flown over Players’ Weekend, Scooter Gennett has been ripping around the bases in these winning pair of Jordan Jeter Lux cleats. Along with the cleats he has been swinging a bat done up with a checkered flag paint job as well.
Nike recently released their “Just do it” line of clothes and shoes, and Robbie Cano took that look to his cleats. Also check out that DR flag bat.
Bryce Harper took his cleats to the next level with this pair. Getting a full-on Vans red/white checkered shoe painted on his cleats. Fresh.
The ToddFather had Kreative Custom Kicks and Dez Customz go in on his UA Deception cleats for Players’ Weekend, Mafia style, featuring Tony Soprano and Vito Corleone.
Kenley Jansen of the Dodgers with some FIRE purple and golds in honor of the Lebron’s, ahem, the Lakers.
You don’t really get to see much purple on baseball cleats, but when you do, they pop. Courtesy of Dexter’s daughter Naya Fowler.
Drew Robinson decided to pay homage to his hometown 2017-2018 Stanley cup runner up Las Vegas Golden Knights with these ice cold Nike Clippers.
Day 2 of players weekend! I’m so excited for this pair of cleats and bats because the kids that were able to draw and write on them mean the world to me! These kids are part of my Harper’s Heroes program that has come together with my partnership with @llsnatcap! There are many things in life that are much bigger than baseball and these kids show me that every time I see them! They are absolutely incredible!?? #cancersucks?
Bryce Harper continues to bring the heat this Players’ Weekend with these cleats that children from his foundation Harper’s Heroes were able to write and draw on for him. Class act by Harp.
Bryce Harper with more fire… what else is new? The design of this Victus bat pays homage to his dad who tied rebar in the Las Vegas area where Harp grew up. Bryce credits his dad’s work ethic as inspiration for his baseball career.
Mookie Betts with one of the most unique colorways we’ve seen all year, with a flashy Jordan 11 that represents Mookie and his parents’ birthstones.
Luke Jax’s Star Wars themed adidas Boost Icons, done by @kdcustomkicks, are exactly what his nickname jersey (“Skywalker”) needed.
With work like this for Jose Ramirez, Easton baseball most definitely has our attention as they push for glove market share in the MLB. Great work.
Matt Carpenter pays homage to his alma mater TCU with these Alpha Huarache lows and another pair of purples makes our list.
Jordan 11s for Aaron Hicks show love to the MLB Youth Academy, which Hicks participated in growing up in southern California.
Taijuan Walker’s Jordan 9 “Fresh Prince” turfs won the weekend for us. Nomad Customs’ work is always sharp, but these just stood out from the crowd. When you look at custom cleats all day, they can start to blend together, but these Js for Taijuan Walker raised the bar.
Which was your fave from Players’ Weekend?