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  1. Control Sala
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Control Sala

This low profile, minimalistic indoor shoe is built to provide a barefoot fit and feel while also enhancing ball control on all surfaces of the foot.

Very low profile toe box provides a great skin-tight fit in the forefoot. The soft, flexible nature of the upper means it is able to be worn comfortably by all foot types.

UPPER: Memory foam spiral patterning on the forefoot and mid-foot offer a cushioned touch and ridges for the ball to grip on to.

Breathable mesh tongue and ankle collar keep feet from overheating and add to this performance shoes lightweight feel.

INSOLE: Perforated upper increases airflow around the mid-foot.

Hidden lace eyelets improve the flat surface of the strike zone to ensure accurate shooting.

OUTSOLE: Spiral patterning continues as grooves on the underside of the shoe to allow for accurate ball manipulation with the sole of your foot.

Thin and flexible sole makes for optimal contact between the sole of your foot and the ball/ground. Rounded edges also help to prevent ankle injuries.

Lightweight memory foam insole absorbs shock from the hardwood or court.

WEIGHT: 7.2 oz.


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