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Control the Ball

Great value on a durable shoe that still delivers the ball control, traction and solid performance that future stars demand.

UPPER: Durable synthetic leather upper fits snugly and offers a good feel on the ball. Asymmetrical loop lacing for better ball control and reduced pressure on the foot.

MIDSOLE: Die-cut (shaped) EVA insole reduces stud pressure and optimizes in-shoe comfort.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU outsole gives you maximum stud penetration for the best traction (ie less slippage). Forefoot flex grooves on outsole for an improved range of motion.

For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 6.8 oz.


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