I recently purchased a pair of the new New Balance field shoes with the white bottom. I've only worn them on turf fields, but I'm still noticing they're getting a bit black at the point where they meet the bottom of the shoe. Anyone have any recommendations for getting them back to pearly white?
I used these for just one game this year. They are in 'as new' condition.
Size: 10.5 D width
Price: $125, includes shipping in the original box. Regular retail price is $149.
Fired up the AppleTV to watch the video clips of Orlando Arcia scoring from 1B on an infield single and escaping from a 3B-HP rundown (this had to be good!) to discover that the Orioles vs. Brewers game is the Featured Free Game of the Day. When prompted to login (I just have a lapsed, standard account), I noticed that the cost for a Year's Subscription is... only $19.99!!! The monthly is $24.99. This may have been a misprint, but I took a shot, and sure enough, I was charged $19.99 for the rest of the year of premium baseball coverage.
Happy Independence Day! Watch some baseball!
New Balance 450; Size 10 D; well cared for over the years. I had two pair of these, and rotated them during the seasons.
This pair had some stitching give way on the toe caps. The right shoe resulted in a small tear in the leather (see pics) but the stitching and tear have been repaired professionally on both shoes.
Asking $50 + $10 for shipping (expected cost there is about $14). Will ship to anywhere in 48 states USA.
These would make a good first plate shoe for someone, or a backup pair to wear on wet days when you don't want to mess up your new ones.
Thanks for looking.