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Patrick Willis Unveils New Intimidating Cleats

Posted Apr 21, 2014

San Francisco 49ers seven-time Pro Bowl linebacker Patrick Willis showed up in style for the start of the team’s voluntary offseason program.

Patrick Willis showed up in style for the start of the San Francisco 49ers voluntary offseason program.

San Francisco's seven-time Pro Bowl linebacker began the on-field conditioning workouts with a new set of cleats, black Nike Zoom Vapor Carbon Fly 2s with a subtle red inscription on the heels.

“52 Pain.”


Willis might be catching up to well-known shoe fanatic, Michael Crabtree.

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