UA Unveils the Under Armour Harper One in Platinum


Last week, we gave you a look at Under Armour’s first signature baseball cleat for MLB star Bryce Harper. With the All-Star break around the corner, as well as the debut of the Under Armour Harper One cleat, Under Armour and Bryce Harper have put together a special colorway that will be available soon.

The Under Armour Harper One is both Under Armour and Harper’s first signature baseball cleat, paving the way for future athletes with the brand. The Under Armour Harper One, seen in Platinum below, will be debuted by Bryce Harper during the 2016 MLB All-Star game at Petco Park in San Diego, California. The colorway is not only a special colorway for the All-Star game, but also pays homage to Under Armour’s 20th anniversary.

The shoe is decked out entirely in platinum. Details of the shoe include Harper’s logo, BH34, along the heel of the shoe, an outline of the Vegas skyline on the medial side of the shoe, and “220” behind the tongue that signifies “Second to none,” Harper’s motivational slogan.

Tech wise, the Harper One features a woven one-piece bootie construction along the upper, with Charged foam underfoot, and a 9 cleat TPU Plate underfoot. An ankle strap can also be found at the top of the laces.

The Under Armour Harper One in platinum is set to release July 11 at UA.com, Eastbay, and Dicks Sporting Goods. The Harper One in Black/Gold release on July 12.

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Photos via Under Armour


5 Comments

    1. Curry supposedly prefers Charged. Could be the same case for Harper. Besides, a soft-feeling cleat doesn’t sound too good in my mind.

      1. Agree in this case for sure. I would rather have a more firm and responsive cushion such as Charged rather than a responsive and plush cushion like Micro G in a cleat. Could have major stability issues in a cleat if Micro G was used

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