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Old 06-25-2009, 03:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What footwear is recommended for baseball heaven? My son has a baseball tournament coming up and from what I remember (and I've only been there once) I didn't use my cleats.




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Originally Posted by chezz87
What footwear is recommended for baseball heaven? My son has a baseball tournament coming up and from what I remember (and I've only been there once) I didn't use my cleats.
From what everyone tells me the TYJA Sports turfs are great for BBH...

I have them in size 7 and up...

I'll be at the sportsplex Fri and Sat if he wants to try them on...


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Old 06-25-2009, 05:23 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I love my Boombah XTF500 turfs...never leave home without them
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I use turfs there but he can probably get away with sneakers there. Preferably flatter ones because I nearly rolled my ankles wearing Nike Shox in Silver lake. I know guys have used cleats there too but I think turfs are optimal for adults.
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Nike shocks are the WORST shoes for people that are overweight and have bad ankles. Like Maxxy, and myself. Haha, get your kid some turfs, his knees will thank you.
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Old 06-25-2009, 01:31 PM   #6 (permalink)
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ive used both turfs and cleats there and i like wearing the cleats alot better
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Originally Posted by bigvin4
ive used both turfs and cleats there and i like wearing the cleats alot better
To each their own but I'm surprised guys would wear cleats on the turf though.
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To each their own but I'm surprised guys would wear cleats on the turf though.
I'm more surprised they are allowed. I didn't think they allowed cleats there at all.
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Originally Posted by UTripTom
I'm more surprised they are allowed. I didn't think they allowed cleats there at all.
Touche, dont wanna rip up the turf.
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Originally Posted by UTripTom
I'm more surprised they are allowed. I didn't think they allowed cleats there at all.
They don't even check most of the time.

Anyway, a good turf shoe will do the trick. Even like the Nike Trainers that some Baseball coaches wear are fine as well.
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