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Lightweight, top-flight boot constructed of kangaroo for unrivaled comfort. The upper is enhanced with a touch technology for excellent ball control.

UPPER: Premium kangaroo leather with enhanced rubberized print detail for traction and swerve on the ball in both wet and dry conditions.

A Frame Support for an enhanced fit and comfort.

Medial pass pad with HF memory foam insert for greater control when receiving and disturbing the ball.

INSOLE: PU insock for comfort. Phylon insole for cushioning and fit.

OUTSOLE: TPU with circular stud configuration for maximum traction and acceleration. For use on firm, natural, surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9.2 oz.


CORTE: Piel premium de canguro con detalles de hule para brindar una mejor tracción y efecto sobre el balón. Tecnología Frame Support para un mejor ajuste, soporte y comodidad. Añadido de espuma HF que memoriza su entorno para gozar de un mejor control al

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