Cleated Kicks: Huarache Shows Its Versatility

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The Nike Huarache name has lent itself to a number of sneakers of the past few decades. Beyond that, it’s lent itself to a number of uses, as basketball, training, basketball-turned-baseball and outright baseball kicks have owned the Huarache name.

MLB-wide, the Nike Air Huarache LWP90 (metal spikes) and LWP MCS (molded) seems to be the choice cleat of players at every position. This week, Cleated Kicks focuses on a number of looks for the Air-infused baseball silhouette that looks most similar to the Huarache 2K4 so many hoopers know and love. The 2K4 would go on to be a football and baseball cleat, in fact. Could the Huarache 2K10 be on its way to the mound (or infield or outfield) later this season? Only time will tell, so stay tuned for more baseball kicks action.

Stephen Drew and Carlos Ruiz meet at home in the Nike Air Huarache cleat.
Miguel Tejada rounds the bases in his Air Huarache PE.
Ruiz miss the runner this time in his Nikes.
Robinson Cano celebrates teammate Nick Swisher in Nike Air Huaraches.

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