by Cory Fallon August 09, 2017

You have your favorite teams cap and you favorite players jersey. But now you can show your support by rocking your favorite team on your feet, with Fan Kicks.

Fan Kicks is partnered with Major League Baseball and has designs for all 30 Major League Baseball teams. CBS Sports ranked Fan Kicks as the number 1 coolest piece of fan swag. These pieces of artwork allows for a new way to cheer on your MLB team of choice. 

With options on both low, high tops and slide on, and about a dozen designs for each team, you can pick your favorite and proudly and fashionably root for your team. Just check out some of the fresh designs they offer. They range from shoe sizes 4-13, so anyone with a Shaquille O'Neal size foot is out of luck. 

 

  

 

Fan Kicks allows you to support your favorite team with awesome designs at an affordable price. No shoe will run you more than $80, and in today’s day and age when sneakers can go for as much as $500 a pair, that’s a steal. In fact, the average cost of a pair of sneakers is $100. Not to mention they have a cool feature called Swap The Top, in which you can change the designs on your shoe.

Swap The Top allows you to keep the base of your shoe, but switch out the design on top to your liking. The patented design allows you to switch the top design to suit your needs. Just zip off the current top and swap it out as you like, there's nothing else like it. 

Fan Kicks shoes are pretty sick, with a cool, unique way to support your favorite ball club. With over 250 designs, and many more coming soon. You can check them out online at FanKicks.com to see what they offer, and snag a pair or two for yourself. 

Cory Fallon
Cory Fallon

Cory is a corner infielder and pitcher with a passion for learning, playing, and writing about baseball. You can follow him on Twitter @CBearr57 or @BaseballQuotes1.


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