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  1. For the engine of the team
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For the engine of the team

adidas' revolutionary Nitrocharge is made to dominate the distance while conserving and enhancing player energy. It's a power cleat for power players.

An innovative protection mesh on the Nitrocharge's upper protects foot and cleat during non-stop 90 minutes play, while an Engergysling rubber band is built into the upper to support sidecut and turn movements.

The Nitrocharge 1.0 TRX FG is also enhanced with Engergypulse, a highly elastic material in the outsole that provides premium energy output during toe-off.

UPPER: Hybridtouch (a supersoft hybrid that provides the benefits of leather and durable synthetic) forefoot with a super strong, protective mesh in rearfoot for unrivaled durability. Rubber Energysling creates in-cleat stability. Pre-molded protection pads in toe and heel offer tackle protection.

MIDSOLE: Pre-molded EVA for cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Traxion TPU with Energypulse for enhanced energy. Delivers maximum grip and acceleration on firm, natural fields.

miCoach compatible.

WEIGHT: 8.4 oz.


Los revolucionarios botines Nitrocharge de adidas han sido creados para conservar y aumentar la energía de los futbolistas durante los 90 minutos de juego. Una innovadora malla protectora en el corte protege el pie y los botines durante todo el partido, mi

adidas was named after its founder, Adolf (Adi) Dassler, in 1948. Rules of the Game: The referee alone is authorized to allow an injured player to re-enter the field, whether the ball is in play or not. Rules of the Game: During penalty kicks to determine the winner of a match, all players, except the player taking the kick and the two goalkeepers, must remain within the center circle. The mascots for the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Korea/Japan were futuristic, computer-generated creatures named Ato, Kaz and Nik. Just Fontaine scored 13 goals for France in the 1958 World Cup, the most for an individual in a single tournament.