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Electro Purple/Volt/Black

  1. Laser Accuracy meets Comfort
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Laser Accuracy meets Comfort

For young players looking for agility and finishing power. This electro purple version of the Hypervenom has a skull and crossbones on the heel.

Hypervenom UPPER: Soft trophy synthetic with a revolutionary waffle-weave pattern for great ball feel and control. Padded ankle collar.

Hypervenom MIDSOLE: Innovative Nike Junior Support sockliner mirrors the natural shape of the foot and offers support and cushioning.

Hypervenom OUTSOLE: Molded rubber with traction pattern for fast play.

WEIGHT: 6.0 oz.


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