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Bryce Harper will debut new cleats at the All-Star Game. They’re not brown and yellow.

(Courtesy of Under Armour)

Bryce Harper — shusher of Mets fans, destroyer of baseballs, endorser of Under Armour — will debut the platinum version of his signature cleat, the Harper One, at next week’s All-Star Game in San Diego.

Harper, who signed a multi-year extension with Under Armour in May that was believed to be the largest endorsement deal for an MLB player, debuted his first signature cleat during the Nationals’ home opener. On July 4, he wore patriotic cleats with a design that represented every branch of the United States Armed Forces, but changed into different cleats after one inning.

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Harper will not participate in this year’s Home Run Derby, so he won’t have to worry about his platinum cleats clashing with the brown and yellow jerseys that players will wear during Monday’s festivities. (Players will wear their regular uniform’s during Tuesday’s game.) Like the previous versions of his signature cleat, the platinum model features ‘220’ sewn into the tongue, representing one of Harper’s mantras, “Second to None.”

According to Sports Illustrated, future releases of the Harper One will include a neon colorway “paying tribute to a mountain he used to visit with his dad in Las Vegas” and all-white and all-white versions of the cleats inspired by Harper’s Mercedes and Camaro.