Game 4 of the MLB World Series didn’t go as planned for the Philadelphia Phillies. The Houston Astros tied the series after winning 5-0 on the road. However, there is plenty of baseball left for these two talented teams.
As always, our attention to FanNation Kicks is on the player’s shoes. Phillies designated hitter Bryce Harper wore his Under Armor cleats last night. But the Baltimore-based company has put a special spin on Harper’s cleats.
It looks like Under Armor has provided Harper with a Player Exclusive (PE) colorway. The cleats were designed in Phillies colors and incorporated his last name into the back heel. Below is everything fans need to know about Harper’s cleats.
Under Armor Harper 7 Low
Harper wore the UA Harper 7 Low ST. Fans can purchase the baseball cleats on UA.com for $130 to $140 in adult sizes.
Scroll to continue
The gamer-exclusive red and white colorway Harper wore during the World Series likely never hit shelves. However, fans can choose from several different options to match their team colors.
Harper signed a multi-year contract with Under Armor in 2011. Five years later, Harper signed a 10-year extension, which was the biggest endorsement contract in history for a baseball player. Since 2016, Under Armor has released iconic shoes and cleats as part of the Harper collection.
The partnership between Harper and Under Armor has been long and successful. Fortunately for the sports world, there is no end in sight. Stay locked in FanNationKicks.com for news, highlights and interviews.
recommended for you
Interview: Derek Jeter
Astros’ Jeremy Pena wears affordable New Balance shoes
Phillies shortstop prefers Travis Scott’s Air Jordans