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  1. The New Star on the Street!
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The New Star on the Street!

Kelme and Michelin have teamed up to put a star on the streets with the incredible Star360 futsal shoe.

UPPER: Lightweight full-grain Nappa leather upper with breathable mesh and a suede toe cap for added durability. 360 ball control provides a deft touch from all parts of the shoe.

INSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole for total comfort.

OUTSOLE: Non-marking Michelin gum-rubber outsole with double tread pattern for great grip on indoor surfaces. For use on court and indoor surfaces.

WEIGHT: (10.4 oz.) Imported.


Kelme y Michelin se han unido para lanzar una nueva estrella a las calles con los increíbles botines para futsal Star 360. CORTE: Cuero entero tipo Nappa con malla para ventilación y punta de gamuza para hacerlos más duraderos. Control del balón de 360 gra

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