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This version of the F10 IN is part of adidas' Samba Pack, a colorful collection created in honor of 2014 host country Brazil.

The adidas F10 TRX has a high-speed design and efficient handling. Score and assist faster in this shoe made for agility and control at high speeds.

UPPER: Synthetic upper is extremely light and easy to clean.

Asymmetrical lacing for a wide strike zone.

INSOLE: Die-Cut EVA insole for comfort; Pre-molded EVA midsole with adiPRENE insert in the heel for shock absorption. agion technology fights bacteria and odor.

OUTSOLE: Non-marking durable gum rubber for durability and traction on indoor surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9.6 oz.


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