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Jeter Jumpman Turn 2

Year: 2002
Key feature: Forefoot lockdown strap

The Jumpman Turn 2 was Jeter's first Jordan cleat. As one of the most explosive young talents in the MLB, Jeter helped bring the baseball signature to prevalence in the Jordan name. The name "Turn 2" is a play on Jeter's ability to turn ground balls into double plays.

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Jeter Jumpman DJ

Year: 2003
Key feature: Dual Air soles

This is the year that Jeter missed the All-Star game, but still had a very good season. He raised his batting average to .324 while playing great defense at shortstop. The shoe looks close to a basketball model with dual Air soles in the forefoot and heel for increased cushioning.

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Jeter Jumpman Jet

Year: 2004
Key feature: Perforated outer

Jeter thrived in the Jumpman Jet. With perforations for breathability and a mid foot overlay, the Captain returned to the All-Star game to win a Golden Glove for his work as shortstop. The shoe also features stitching representing a baseball on the heel.

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Jeter Jumpman 6-4-3

Year: 2005
Key feature: Nike Sphere lining

At this point Jeter was known for his flashy defense featuring long runs, dives, and over-the-shoulder throws. Jordan honored his defensive skills with the Jumpman 643, featuring a Nike Air Max unit for increased cushioning.

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Jeter Jumpman Official

Year: 2006
Key feature: Dual density mid-sole foam

The Jumpman Official was a very different cleat from previous models with vented quarter panels made this shoe breathable yet supportive.

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Jeter Jumpman Vital

Year: 2007
Key feature: Internal shank plate

The Jumpman Vital featured a nubbed outsole based off of Jordan basketball sneakers. Jeter must of agreed with the model, as he went on to record the highest batting average for all shortstops in 2007.

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Jeter Jumpman Clutch

Year: 2008
Key feature: Modified herringbone outsole

This cleat was built with full-grain and synthetic leather, making it a durable shoe. The shoe also features a hard toe box.

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Jeter Jumpman Captain

Year: 2009
Key feature: Diamond nub traction outsole

The Jumpman Captain featured a visible Air unit, increasing comfortability. The pinstripes honored Jeter's legacy as he began to enter the conversation of "best Yankees ever."

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Jeter Jumpman Throwback

Year: 2010
Key feature: Phylon Midsole

The Throwback was a tribute to a truly great career. The shoe featured details from every model Jeter was wearing during nine of his most memorable moments. The shoes features a full-length Phylon midsole along with a nub outsole.

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Jordan Jeter Cut

Year: 2011
Key feature: Carbon fiber panel at the forefoot

The Jumpman Cut was released as part of the Jeter 3k collection. Jeter came into the 2011 season needing only three hits to make it 3,000 for his career, prompting Jordan to release a limited addition collection. The cleat features a sandwich mesh tongue for max breathability.

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Jeter Legend Elite

Year: 2013
Key feature: Hyperfuse upper

The cleat for Jeter's 2013 season featured updated technology, including a Hyperfuse upper. The upper added lightweight durability to the cleat.

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Jeter Lux Metal

Year: 2014
Key feature: Pebax sole plate

The Lux is the model we will see Jeter wearing tomorrow during his final All-Star game. This technically advanced cleat is lightweight and features great ankle support with metal spikes.

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