NFL Player Sports Mossy Oak Bottomland Cleats in Support of ‘My Cause My Cleats’

   12.03.18

Every so often, sports and the outdoors find a way to team up, and it typically results in a ‘win’ for both sides. Yesterday, as I reluctantly stayed home and decided against hitting the woods for a quick afternoon sit, a cool story stood out during the pre-football hype show about a player wearing Mossy Oak Bottomland cleats for an amazing cause.

If you were paying attention, week 13 in NFL may have looked slightly different. That’s because the NFL allowed players to wear customized cleats for their games to spread awareness for causes/charities supported by the athletes. This marks the third year now the NFL has invited players to customize their cleats for their “My Cause My Cleats” campaign.

Now, we saw some pretty flashy kicks on the field during this week’s NFL games, but our eyes immediately fixated on one pair in particular..

Jacksonville Jaguars punter, Logan Cooke, took the field Sunday sporting these Mossy Oak Bottomland cleats in support of the Catch-A-Dream Foundation.

Catch-A-Dream takes children with life threatening illnesses on hunting and fishing adventures of a lifetime. The cleats will be auctioned at the 43rd Annual 2019 NWTF Convention in Nashville Tennessee, February 13-17. Fans can also bid on the game-worn sneakers by going to this website with proceeds going towards the player’s favorite charity.

For obvious reasons, our favorite pair of kicks were the Mossy Oak Bottomland cleats, but here’s a look at some other cleats that stood out to us:

Texans center Nick Martin honored firefighters with these:

Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey rocked these for Wounded Warrior Project:

 

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Pittsburgh receiver Juju Smith-Schuster sported these cleats as he teamed up with the Call of Duty Endowment:

And Carson Wentz, a known hunter, will be wearing these cleats when he faces off against Washington in the Monday night game. The cleats pay tribute to the charitable work done by his AO1 Foundation.

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