With all the swagger in the Dodger clubhouse these days (Puig, Kemp, Hanley, Kershaw, Brian Wilson), its easy to forget the silky smooth, understated swag that Adrian Gonzalez has been bringing since his San Diego days. Even though he doesn’t go looking for the cameras like some of his teammates, El Titan’s long, majestic finish was destined for the flashbulbs of Hollywood. Gonzalez gets the Nike treatment with one of the many exclusive Huarache Pro colorways that we’ve seen around the league lately, and swings southern California-based Trinity wood.
Trinity tells us that Adrian Gonzalez’ swings the PS 27:1, which is available online in three types of wood, in Ash and Maple. Below is the Ash version, which we’ve seen him swinging of late.
Gonzalez, before the playoffs, was wearing a set of Jordan Team gloves that had a Nike logo sewed on over the Jordan logo. As you can see below, Gonzalez switched over from those to a refreshed version of the Diamond Elite Pro batting gloves with a sharp silver swoosh.
We get a couple of good looks at these above. Like some of the other Huarache Pro exclusive guys, he’s got the starry look on the midsole which you can see particularly well on his left foot above.
Bike Leg Guard
You can see this one above, too, and the Bike logo is actually blacked out to preserve his Nike branding.
The ever-popular hitting aid worn on the thumb. These are available.