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Neptune Blue/Volt

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Your moves stand out, shouldn't your shoes? Lightweight performance shoe in Nike's new shocking Sunset/Total Crimson/Volt/Black designed for future greats.

UPPER: Great ball feel thanks to a soft, supple synthetic. Eye-catching dot pattern.

MIDSOLE: Innovative Nike Junior Support liner mirrors the shape of the foot for support and low-profile cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Molded rubber with a innovative Vapor traction pattern for speed on indoor surfaces. WEIGHT: (6.0 oz.)


Tus movimientos llaman la atención y tus botines deberían hacer lo mismo. Botines ligeros. CORTE: Excelente tacto del balón gracias a su material sintético suave. Innovador forro Junior Support de Nike que emula la forma del pie para brindarte soporte y ac

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