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Made in Indonesia, the Morelia Neo is a blend of quality materials, craftsmanship and innovation.

Upper: Made with ultra thin, yet super soft, Kangaroo Leather this cleat is built for speed, comfort and touch on the ball.

Inner sock liner is made from a soft suede-like microfiber combined with an extremely low cut ankle collar to provide a free, yet comfortable fit throughout the heel, ankle and mid-foot.

Innovative tongue features breathable mesh lower third to promote airflow throughout the forefoot of the shoe and a dual lace hole system that is designed to keep the tongue from moving while playing.

Outsole: Conical stud shape allows for optimal traction and pivoting ability on firm ground surfaces. Middle forefoot bladed stud provides extra take off speed when accelerating.

Weight: 6.8 oz


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