Stuntin’ on the baseball field. In 1999 PUMA had an extensive solid clean line up for all your baseball cleat needs. Leading the way was the Metal Pro Mid and Low which retailed at $95 and $90 respectively. Designed for pro players, both featured soft full grain leather with an abrasion resistant toe made of Benecke’s Ceraprene Rubber. There was also a Power Frame fabric with support straps – that help maintain a consistent fit-, A tongue with gussets – to act as a shield against dirt-, a removable compression molded EVA foot bed with an anti bacterial top cover called Sansole from Bedeck- for improved hygiene, iCELL cushioning in the heel encapsulated with a Polyurethane, Peebax three color plate housing stainless steel spikes with Puma Duo Flex system in the forefoot. The construction profile is fully board lasted with an additional heel tuck board for improved stability. Overall, this was one of PUMA’s leading cleats at the time.