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softball/baseball cleats - June 9, 2011 10:54:54 AM   
SSPTnFL

 

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Anyone have recommendations for a quality softball cleat that actually provides arch support/mid foot stability for a player with severe over-pronation and hyper-mobility. Chronic Plantar Fasciitis and pain was relieved with McConnel heel/arch combo taping method. Thanks
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RE: softball/baseball cleats - June 10, 2011 8:38:12 AM   
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Not exactly sure on the softball cleat rules in FLA, but if you really want a mid foot stable shoe, a metal-cleat shoe is going to be more rigid and prevent a whole lot of excessive motion, theoretically.  Within the shoe itself however, the foot is free to go into planus/planovalgus/pronation a fair amount.  You might be able to improve this with an OTC insert to provide additional motion control.  High top models are of course available as well. 

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RE: softball/baseball cleats - June 10, 2011 1:09:18 PM   
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agree with shill

off the shelf inserts make a bad shoe an OK shoe no matter what the bottom of the shoe looks like.

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RE: softball/baseball cleats - June 13, 2011 2:57:13 PM   
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Shill and Tom,
Thanks for the info

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RE: softball/baseball cleats - November 29, 2016 11:14:02 PM   
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Don't buy cleats online, people need to go try on every set from a local store for the best fit. Don't worry about cleat patterns just make sure it comports all areas of the foot. All professional athletes have specially designed footwear, especially baseball/softball players. There was a good article here. Check out the style you like and go try them on first.

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