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Obsidian/Solar Red/White

  1. Stylish Performance!
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Stylish Performance!

Designed with the help of and inspired by Cristiano Ronaldo, these lightweight training shoes from Nike deliver flexibility, support and stability.

UPPER: Open hole mesh for breathability combined with strategically placed overlays of the forefoot and arch for the perfect blend of support and ventilation.

MIDSOLE: Phylon with Nike Free flex grooves for flexibility.

OUTSOLE: Placed rubber pods with fused gum rubber for incredible durability and flexibility. WEIGHT: (10 oz.)


Diseñados con la ayuda de Cristiano Ronaldo. CORTE: Malla para ventilación y añadidos colocados específicamente en la punta y el arco para brindar soporte. Suela media de phylon con ondas de flexibilidad Nike Free. SUELA: Hule con ranuras para hacerla más

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