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Designed for players who want a lightweight boot with a high-grip outsole.

UPPER: Soft, supple kangaroo leather with an added layer of RhynoSkin synthetic leather on the lateral edge to enhance stability and support.

OUTSOLE: Lethal Tigreor PU with a stud pattern that ensures excellent grip and quick change of direction on firm, natural surfaces. HG10mm heel gradient to provide more speed in your step with less stress on the leg. The gradient revolutionizes the game by helping reduce over-use injuries while increasing power and performance.

WEIGHT: 9.4 oz.


Diseñados para jugadores que buscan unos botines ligeros con suela de agarre profundo. CORTE: Piel de canguro suave con capa extra de cuero sintético RhynoSkin en los costados para aumentar estabilidad y soporte. SUELA: PU Lethal Tigreor con patrón en los

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