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The adizero is one of the lightest, fastest boots to hit the field. This F50 adizero is miCoach SPEED_CELL compatible. Purchase your miCoach SPEED_CELL separately. The miCoach SPEED_CELL is available for Mac/PC - item# 27908 or iPhone/iPod - item #42038. NOTE: miCoach is not compatible with iPhone 5.

The adizero is essential for players who want to quicken their footwork and accelerate with the ball.

UPPER: Sprintskin drastically reduces the adizero's weight and fits like a second skin, while innovative internal TPU support bands offer support and stability.

INSOLE: Ultralight sockliner is carefully designed to not add bulk. Comes with second pair of comfort sockliners.

Inner micoach Speed_Cell (sold separately) fits inside the insole to track your stats and make this the smartest boot on the planet.

OUTSOLE: Sprintframe for lightweight stability with triangular TRX TPU studs to improve balance at top speeds.

WEIGHT: 5.8 oz.


Los adizero están entre los botines más ligeros y veloces que han pisado una cancha. Son esenciales para aquellos jugadores que quieren hacer más rápidos sus movimientos y acelerar con el balón. CORTE: Material Sprintskin que reduce drásticamente su peso.

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