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The Nike5 Elastico Finale is designed for optimal touch, control and accuracy. The Elastico was created specifically for the fast pace of small-sided games.

Kanga-Lite synthetic leather for excellent ball touch. It feels and fits like kangaroo leather but has the lightweight durability of a synthetic.

Tacky debossed dots on the upper for a solid touch when dribbling or passing. Indoor balls can be harder to get solid contact with and these dots amplify touch for better ball control.

Molded sockliner for low-profile cushioning

Non-marking outsole designed for enhanced movement with multi-directional rubber fins for excellent traction and enhanced underfoot ball control, touch and distribution. When cutting from side-to-side on the field, rubber pods on the toe and heel provide low-profile traction and stability.

WEIGHT: 9.2 oz.


Los Nike5 Elastico Finale IC han sido diseñados para brindar un mejor toque, control y certeza al disparar. Fueron creados específicamente para la rapidez de los juegos en cancha corta. Cuero sintético Kanga-Lite para un excelente toque del balón. Puntos p

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