Air Jordan 1 High – Jeremy Guthrie Custom PE Cleats
The six-month-long Major League Baseball regular season is winding to a close, and as has been the case since they were apparently cursed by young Jeffrey Mayer’s interference in the 1996 American League Championship Series, the Baltimore Orioles have failed to secure a spot in the postseason. All is not lost for the Os, however, as starting pitcher Jeremy Guthrie has managed to win some cool points with the sneakerhead set. Guthrie tweeted that “I love me some shoes,” in response to praise he got from showing off this crazy Air Jordan 1 High cleat, a model whose bold design seems to have been based on 2009′s ‘Max Orange’ AJ1 Retro. He also has Zoom Hurache 2K4 cleats in two different colorways and the Air Jordan XII Low ‘Taxi’ on display; which is Jeremy Guthrie’s most impressive possession? Click through for more, let us know what you think and stick with Sneaker News for more rare Air Jordan cleats.
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WTF FTW!!!! I need these right now. 2 purr (in my Nelly voice!!!) I wish Nike would put out some of these for us regular baseball players, you know, us little guys who can't get customs from Nike!!! Nike, your baseball cleats are some of the ugliest and whackest designs I've ever seen. Every other sport that has cleats, they are dope. But, baseball gets slept on. Please put something close to these out for us, Im begging you!!!!!
Go ol' school with the pants and really show of them beautiful kicks....they get lost in the material.