New Balance released a little more on the 3000v2 and Minimus cleats that we took the wraps off on Monday.
The videos show a little bit about them paired with some skrillexy music that actually is pretty tight.
More in words below…
3000v2, from New Balance:
As the regular baseball season comes to a close, some New Balance baseball athletes will head into the postseason sporting an updated version of the popular 3000 cleat, the 3000v2, featuring the first dual density midsole in baseball. The two layers of the midsole will have athletes questioning whether they are wearing cleats at all. Revlite RC foam runs the length of the foot bed, providing excellent responsiveness against spike pressure, and traditional Revlite foam gives extra cushioning under the heel. With more mesh on the cleat’s no-sew Fantom Fit upper, the 3000v2 gives the athlete the lightweight feel of a running shoe on spikes. A highly polished outsole plate provides a more consistent traction platform, and is easier to clean after each game.
The 3000v2 will release on October 1 at $90, in a low top only. You can order them right now here.
- 12.4 oz
- 11mm drop
Minimus, from New Balance
An innovative concept, the lightweight Minimus cleat offers unrivaled flexibility, providing elite players with the freedom of natural movement and articulation underfoot. The Flex Motion Zone plate maximizes underfoot flexibility, allowing natural foot movement. With a 4MM drop , it is the same as the popular Mx20 training shoe, allowing players to play in the same style footwear they train in.
Minimus also releases on 10/1, at a $120 clip. Order them right now here.
- 9.8 oz
- 4MM drop, same as popular Mx20 training shoe, allowing players to play in the same style footwear they train in