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Samba Blues/Solar Slime/Running White

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This version of the Freefootball X-ite is part of adidas' Samba Pack, a colorful collection created in honor of 2014 host country Brazil.

Control the game with adidas! This fast, low profile shoe offers agility and scoring touch.

UPPER: Combination synthetic and mesh for minimal weight with optimum flexibility and breathability. Abrasion-resistant synthetic overlay for enhanced durability. Touch Compound grid on the vamp enhances control.

MIDSOLE: Pre-molded EVA with adiPrene insert for maximum comfort and shock absorption.

OUTSOLE: 5-a-side stud configuration with low-speed toe studs, round forefoot center studs and triangular Traxion studs for incredible speed. Low-to-the-ground and flexible rubber for quick moves and solid ball touch. WEIGHT: 10.0 oz.


Libera tus pies cuando juegues en pasto artificial con estos botines de adidas. CORTE: Combinación de cuero sintético y malla que reduce su peso al mínimo y brindan ventilación y flexibilidad óptimas. Capa de cuero sintético resistente a raspaduras para ha

The official ball for the 1970 and 74 World Cups was the adidas Telstar. Rules of the Game: The referee indicates an indirect free kick by raising his arm above his head. He maintains his arm in that position until the kick has been taken and the ball has touched another player or goes out of play. Rules of the Game: An indirect free kick is awarded to the opposing team if a goalkeeper touches the ball with his hands after he has received it directly from a throw-in taken by a teammate. Each FIFA World Cup since 1966 has its own mascot, starting with World Cup Willie (a lion). The first appearance of organized women's soccer in the US may have been in 1922, when a team sponsored by English company Dick, Kerr toured the country -and beat several top men's teams.