PF Flyers Sandlot Center Hi Composite Cleats

Dec 4, 2018

Category: Gear

One of the most prominent cinematic endeavors of the past 20 years is the 1993 film, The Sandlot — a coming-of-age tale revolving around a group of rambunctious, baseball playing youth in the summer of 1962. In the movie, an iconic pair of PF Flyers belonged to Benny “The Jet” Rodriguez and featured a black and green silhouette that put the other characters’ sneakers to shame. Now, the New Balance owned and operated brand is reintroducing their famous Sandlot Center Hi shoe, but this time, with a dynamic athletic twist.

The new PF Flyers find their niche as a common lace-up that touts a stylish silhouette suited for the blacktop but purposed for the baseball field. And what’s more perfect for a baseball-oriented, retro throwback than a pair of fashionable cleats? In their most recent iteration, the PF Flyers utilize a reinforced black canvas upper, REVlite midsole, and a tried and true composite 9-spike layout cleat system that makes for one heck of a nostalgic collaboration. “Heroes get remembered, but legends never die.”

Purchase: $140

More From Gear

Featured Image

CLEW Is Revolutionizing The World Of Step-In Snowboard Bindings

Blending the security of straps with the convenience of a step-in.

Posted By

Jan 24, 2020

Featured Image

Zero Halliburton’s Iconic Luggage Just Got Even More Indestructible

Complete with patent-pending ZH Concave Edging tech.

Posted By

Jan 24, 2020

Featured Image

Adidas’ DEMONSKIN Soccer Cleats Turn You Into An Apex Pitch Predator

Carnivore-inspired advanced footwear for unrivaled ball control.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

The 20 Best Everyday Carry Pens

Reliable writing utensils to add to your daily loadout.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

Nike Upgrades Its High-Tech Self-Lacing Basketball Shoe With The BB 2.0

A shoe straight out of the future with engine-driven self-tightening laces.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020

Featured Image

Head Into Orbit With LEGO’s 864-Piece International Space Station Set

A loving recreation of the ISS from the brand's Ideas crowdsourcing forums.

Posted By

Jan 23, 2020