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SUPERHEAT

Prepare for Warrior's Superheat, made to move at the speed of light.

UPPER: Tri-Fusion lightweight synthetic is three layers of bonded materials for touch and speed.

The three layers are Neoweb (a mesh base layer with DWR treatment), Nanocradle (engineered and bonded TPU structure which balances support and agility), and Bio-glyph (a super thin TPU outer film for natural feel and control).

Mebrane heel shield, an inner TPU heel counter for protection.

Aerosock insole, a 3mm 4D EVA foam footbed.

Litecore last for reduced weight.

OUTSOLE: Molded pebax with 13 bladed and conical studs for traction and acceleration on hard surfaces.


Los botines Superheat de Warrior han sido creados para moverse a la velocidad de la luz. CORTE: Tres capas de material sintético ligero y unido (Tri-Fusion) para brindarte un mejor toque y velocidad. Las tres capas son Neoweb (base de malla con tratamiento

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