You know what, I'm just going to go out on a limb and speak for everyone with any semblance of style here. Every single pair of these cleats (and the countless others that aren't included above) is awesome. They look awesome, they support awesome causes, and they give an awesome look into the societal issues that are near and dear to the hearts of players that are too often portrayed as self-indulgent dickheads. It's going to be really cool to see a vast majority (if not all) NFL players taking the field this weekend while bringing awareness to their charitable endeavors in a creative way. So cool, in fact, that it almost makes you wish it weren't just a one week occurence.
Oh well, I suppose Roger Goodell knows best. Getting more than a quick glimpse into fashion forward philanthropy sounds good in theory, but maybe the viewing public would get tired of seeing athletes express themselves on behalf of the sick, less fortunate, and disinfranchised. I would argue that's not the case, but if there's an organization that knows all there is to know about over-saturation then it's the NFL. That's why they almost have to fine players for wearing the same footwear they are temporarily encouraging during weeks in which they don't encourage it. Can't risk giving their endless supply of potential employees identifiable personalities and unique, praiseworthy purposes. No one likes a show off, so surely letting professionals selfishly shed light on the positive contributions they have made to humanity by giving publicity to the non-profit of their choice would get nauseating after a while. Psh, and I won't even mention how much it would jeapordize the NFL's uniform policy that isn't at all beginning to resemble the dress code of a dictatorship.