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Metallic Platinum/Electric Green/Black

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Be Fast. Be Mercurial.

Engineered for uncompromising explosive speed, the Mercurial Vapor IX has a new composite chassis, textured body and a more contoured fit for the ultimate traction and control in any condition.

The fastest cleat in the game is now equipped with All Conditions Control (ACC) technology for optimal ball control in wet or dry conditions.

The Teijin upper on this silver version of the Mercurial Vapor IX is updated to be as close to the fit and feel of a natural leather as possible while still maintaining the incredible durable and minimal weight of a synthetic.

Contoured speed last for a glove-like fit.

Low profile to box helps the foot get under the ball.

Zonal reinforcements in the medial and lateral sides offer support and lockdown.

A minimalist soft heel counter further helps lock the foot in place.

Lightweight perforated sockliner with textile liner that mirrors the natural shape of the foot for low profile cushioning.

Carbon and glass fiber composite with soft density studs deliver unrivaled acceleration, comfort and durability on artificial grass surfaces.

Innovative traction pattern has studs in three different heights for enhanced traction and control.

Cored-out studs in the heel and forefoot reduce the overall weight of the shoe.

WEIGHT: 7 oz.


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