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  1. Be a Maestro of the Pitch!
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Be a Maestro of the Pitch!

Become a maestro on the field with the power and control of this elite cleat from Nike! The CTR360 Maestri Elite SG is equipped with a carbon fiber outsole plate for greater speed when kick-starting the attack.

Each pair comes with a unique user-code that allows online access to Nike Soccer+, where you will find accuracy training drills and expert tuition provided by the coaching team at Juventus FC. The Nike Soccer+ digital experience also has a coaching session from Fernando Torres of Liverpool FC.

Synthetic KangaLite leather upper is lightweight and durable for unrelenting speed. Dampening pods enable an outstanding first touch for close ball control. Asymmetrical lacing enlarges the contact zone.

High-performance molded sockliner with Poron cushioning and a contoured heel.

Carbon fiber outsole with direct-injected bladed studs for traction on firm, natural surfaces. Carbon reinforced chassis engineered for exceptional energy return and strength.

WEIGHT: 8.8 oz.

NOTE: Boot comes in special Elite packaging and with a ventilated boot bag.


Juega como un maestro con el poder y control que te brindan los CTR360 Maestri Elite SG de Nike. Estos botines vienen equipados con una suela de fibra de vidrio para lograr mayor velocidad al atacar. Cada par viene con un código único el cual puedes usar p

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