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Nike's Junior Hypervenom Phelon is for players looking for agility and finishing power.

Nike Junior Hypervenom Phelon UPPER: Soft trophy synthetic with a revolutionary waffle-weave pattern for great ball feel and control. Anatomical last for a glove-like fit. Padded ankle collar.

Nike Junior Hypervenom Phelon MIDSOLE: Contoured sockliner with textile lining for support and comfort.

Nike Junior Hypervenom Phelon OUTSOLE: Full-length TPU plate with stud pattern engineered especially for agility and traction on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 6.2 oz.


Para jugadores jóvenes que buscan agilidad y poder para definir. CORTE: Cuero Trophy que es suave y viene con un revolucionario patrón a cuadros para un excelente control del balón. Acolchonamiento en los tobillos. Innovadora calceta interior Nike Junior S

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