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The Total90 Laser Elite FG is equipped with a carbon fiber outsole plate for greater speed.

Each pair comes with a unique user-code that allows online access to Nike Soccer+, where you will find accuracy training drills and expert tuition provided by the coaching team at Juventus FC. The Nike Soccer+ digital experience also has a coaching session from Fernando Torres of Liverpool FC.

Ultrathin Teijin upper is lightweight and durable.

Innovative instep pods ensure even pressure on the ball at impact for accuracy on power shots.

Raised swerve fins create friction on instep strikes to increase rate of ball spin.

EVA foam for heel comfort.

Carbon fiber outsole with direct-injected bladed studs for traction on firm, natural surfaces. Carbon reinforced chassis engineered for exceptional energy return and strength.

To keep the weight low, this version of the Total90 does not have an external heel counter.

WEIGHT: 8.2 oz.

NOTE: Boot comes in special packaging and with a ventilated boot bag.


Con los Total90 Laser III Nike ha llevado la potencia y certeza al disparar a otro nivel. Los diseñadores de Nike analizaron a fondo los elementos biomecánicos de los disparos para generar un botín que te brinda más poder y certeza.

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