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  1. The World's Lightest Kangaroo Boot!
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The World's Lightest Kangaroo Boot!

An ultra-light boot with a completely new type of outsole to provide players with the perfect tool for sprints, tackles, and quick match movement. Players are quicker to the ball, faster to an attacker and have game changing speed around a defender.

SIZING NOTE: This shoe runs 1/2 size large. We recommend ordering down 1/2 size from your regular size.

Kangaroo leather that has been engineered to be light weight.

With three unique elements and embossed fit channels, the Trinity forms around the foot creating exceptional feel and ball control.

Super lightweight MuCell foam insole for shock absorption and comfort.

Lightweight hybrid polymer outsole.

Unique "tripod" stud mapping system has studs designed specifically for the forefoot, mid-foot and heel for quicker contact with the ground for reaction, stability and accelerated release.

Asymmetrical stud design stimulates the brain and helps deliver fast muscular reactions, which in turn trains fast foot speed and coordination.

Traction and sole plate enhance the muscles of the feet by training them to propel faster, enhance coordination and maximize power.

Weight: 6.3 oz.


Hechos con piel de canguro que es más ligera y con tres elementos únicos y canales repujados para un mejor ajuste, los Trinity envuelven tus pies para obtener un mejor control del balón y un contacto más natural. Plantilla de espuma MuCell que es súper lig

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