, nice looking shoe but a word of warning.
Had a number of consults with my podiatrist this year, the business also specialises in custom cricket shoes.
The shoe you posted looked like it contains a lot of mesh in the upper of the shoe. This isn't very strong or supportive.
If you spend anytime in front of the bat where you need to start/stop quickly or change directions you might find they wear out quickly.
Podiatrist (who didn't push any products to me) suggest that for fielding especially, get a cross trainer (sideways movement stability) with about 80% (or more) leather upper (or synthetic equivalent) to spike up so they last.