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The next generation of the Tiempo, the Nike Tiempo Legend V delivers the superior craftsmanship for which the Tiempo line has always been known, but has been updated for the modern warrior. The Tiempo V offers excellent touch in all conditions and unrivaled comfort.

Already spotted on some of the best during UEFA Champions League play (Carlos Tevez, Gerard Pique, and more).

UPPER: Waterproof kangaroo leather with ACC technology and mesh backing for comfort and touch. The underlying, supportive mesh is just visible beneath the kangaroo leather for a modern look.

Stitched upper enhances durability and performance. Chrome tongue detail for next level style.

Dri-Tech technology ensures cleat absorbs less water and dries quickly.

MIDSOLE: Perforated sockliner with poron inserts that mirror the shape of the foot for ultimate cushioning. New plate design ensures comfort for the entire game.

OUTSOLE: Dual-density TPU with stud pattern that's ideal for flexibility, traction and comfort for the entire 90 minutes of game play.

The outsole transitions from the heel to the forefoot (even with a visual pattern) for enhanced multi-directional speed.

For firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 8.4 oz.


Los botines Tiempo Legend V de Nike brindan un excelente toque en cualquier condición climática y comodidad sin igual. CORTE: Piel de canguro resistente al agua con tecnología ACC y malla para comodidad y toque. Tecnología Dri-TEC que se asegura de que los

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