Any recommendations on pitchers cleats

Discussion in 'Bats and Equipment Review' started by Rerun, Aug 1, 2020.

  1. Rerun

    Rerun Super Moderator Staff Member

    Looking for a recommendation on cleats for pitchers. Problem getting past 3 months without needing new cleats. The main problem is the toe keeps wearing out.
     
  2. M & R Davis

    M & R Davis Member

    Ringors with the pitching toe and shoe goo are your best bet IMO.
     
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  3. yocoach

    yocoach Super Moderator Staff Member

    ^^^^^^THIS^^^^^^^^
     
  4. AnotherSoftballDad

    AnotherSoftballDad Active Member

    Ringor hands down. They might not be as comfortable as others...but they will last much longer.
     
  5. Passion4theGame

    Passion4theGame Super Moderator Staff Member

    Ringors. If they fall apart within a year they will replace them at no charge.
     
  6. Rerun

    Rerun Super Moderator Staff Member

    what if the toe gets worn thru? Do they still replace them?
     
  7. raidian70

    raidian70 Member

    They won't. If you get the pitcher's toe on the shoes, the stitching or spikes will wear out before the pitching toe.
     
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  8. Passion4theGame

    Passion4theGame Super Moderator Staff Member

    My daughter is not a pitcher so not sure on the toe. I can tell you we bought one pair and the paint or leather started to peel half way through the season and they replaced no questions asked. Second pair same issue. Replaced no questions asked.

    This was the Red Metal Spikes. It almost looked like paint flaking on the shoes. Other than that all our pitchers have wore Ringors.
     
  9. Stedman00

    Stedman00 Active Member

    my DD has used 2 pairs of ringors spikes in 6 seasons of travel ball and school ball. Toes never worn thru.
     
  10. finfan365

    finfan365 Active Member

    we've tried several other brands, Adidas had some with pitchers toe, and those lasted about 1.5 seasons. Also tried the Boombah turf/w pitching toe. Both of these were on the cheaper (price) side. materials were fine, and held up as long as I would expect for what I paid. The only issue she had was with the boombah turf shoes. they were blistering her toe on the plant foot.

    About a month ago, I found a decent price on Ringor's site for both spike and turf shoes. I also used the maninno's 10%discount code since she initially tried them on there. So far, she loves them, and doesn't have any issue she had with the boombah shoes. They run 1/2 size smaller than other shoes so if you order keep that in mind.
     
  11. ALISA WEAVER

    ALISA WEAVER New Member

    See prices, and also pay attention to the description of materials, their thickness. If this is not indicated in the description, ask the managers. Soft materials are more comfortable, but they wear out faster with active use.
     
  12. Ethan Williams

    Ethan Williams New Member

    When it comes to pitcher's cleats, Ringor definitely comes on top of the list as they carry cleats that feature pitching toe as reinforced protection for the possible wear and tear that pitchers bring to their cleats but it would cost you a little bit more. I recomment you check where I shop online, here's the link: https://www.kahunaverse.com/locations/home-run-sports-mississauga they carry a lot of footwear brands like Nike, Adidas, Under Armour, New Balance, and more that features reinforced toe protection as well. Head over to their site, they got a lot of cleats on sale that you can get for almost half the price.
     
  13. ALISA WEAVER

    ALISA WEAVER New Member

    Thanks for the recommendation. I will definitely look. Perhaps I will find something suitable. I generally have a problem with the choice of shoes.
     

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