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Legendary

Nike's Tiempo Legend IV delivers superior comfort and protection for the elite level player.

Kangaroo leather upper creates a supple fit and feel with excellent ball touch.

This kangaroo leather is combined with Kanga-lite synthetic for added support.

The upper has been enhanced with ACC technology for ultimate ball control in all weather conditions.

High performance, molded sockliner with extra heel cup and arch support for excellent in-boot feel.

Lightweight TPU outsole with optimized stud placement.

A combination of conical and bladed studs offer sure ground penetration, traction and pressure dispersion.

For use on firm, natural surfaces. WEIGHT: 9.4 oz.


Comodidad y protección superiores para jugadores de élite, cortesía de Nike. CORTE: Piel de canguro para un ajuste cómodo y excelente tacto al balón, combinada con material sintético Kanga-lite para un mayor soporte. Calceta interior moldeada de alto rendi

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