MLB’s Players Weekend gets celebrated with ESPN Sunday Night Baseball cleats by Mache Customs. Major League Baseball is having the first Players Weekend across the game August 25th to 27th, 2017. As customized cleats are definitely a growing popular aspect of the MLB, this celebration will likely open the idea further as My Cause My Cleats did for the NFL. Not limited to cleats, all jerseys are inspired by youth leagues with a brighter modern take on their traditional team colors and nicknames on their back. In addition, everything else the players can wear or use is open to a more colorful take allowing for players to showcase their personality more than usual in the confines of the uniform policies. The biggest primetime game of the weekend is currently being promoted with a pair of custom cleats.
ESPN looked to former MLB prospect and custom sneaker powerhouse Dan Gamache of Mache Customs for these Under Armour customs. Gamache himself was a promising pitcher but had dreams cut short due to injury. Now years later he is making his impact on the game with his artistic touch. as one of the few consistently outfitting players baseball spikes all summer This week an ESPN film crew stopped by his studio to document the process. The pair of Under Armour cleats features the Sunday Night Baseball match up between the Washington Nationals and New York Mets. Along with the team and ESPN logos, the shoes feature a collage of all the nicknames the players will be having on their jerseys for the game.
Tune in to ESPN to see the spot on these during the Sunday Night Baseball programming 8/27. Be sure to follow Mache on Instagram: @Mache275 for his next pair of custom cleats.