After years of wearing plastic/rubber cleats(most adult softball leagues ban metal cleats), I in the end sprung for a pair of turf sneakers. And i am never going back. Now not handiest are they easy to put on(they operate identical to sneakers or walking sneakers), they're tremendous secure. With my different cleats they'd start to get uncomfortable and make my feet sore after a couple hours, specifically after base running. However I could wear these all day and now not believe a factor. I thought traction can be a trouble, but particularly I discovered myself getting great traction at the same time both fielding as good as jogging bases.

I wouldn't advise these for the outfield. I consider they are designed for the infield, because you get higher traction on the dust. On the grass you can almost always slip and slide.

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