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Comfort & Touch

Designed for ultimate fit, comfort and ball touch. The DS Light is a lightweight cleat with a traditional feel. The finest kangaroo leather available is against your foot from the tip of the toe to the back of your heel. No other soccer shoe combines this feature for comfort on a super-light weight speed shoe. The X-Fly K gives the best of both worlds and is built with the precision engineering and quality that you expect from Asics.

UPPER: Soft kangaroo leather for a great touch on the ball.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned removable EVA insole for added comfort.

OUTSOLE: Features X-Fly plate that is made with Solyte polymer and low-profile cleat design for evenly distributed cleat pressure and excellent traction on firm ground, soft ground and turf.

WEIGHT: 7.2 oz.


Diseñados para brindar el mejor ajuste, comodidad y control del balón. Los botines DS Light son ligeros pero tradicionales. CORTE: Piel de canguro suave para un mejor contacto con el balón. Plantilla acolchonada de espuma tipo EVA intercambiable para mayor

Rules of the Game: The ball is in play at all other times it rebounds from either the referee or an assistant referee when they are on the field of play. Mexico's Pachuca defeated the LA Galaxy on penalties to win the inaugual North American SuperLiga in 2007. Mexican goalkeeper Antonio Carbajal played in five consecutive World Cups (1950-66). Of the 16 members of the USA's first World Cup team in 1930, five were born in Scotland and one in England. More than 90,000 people filled the Rose Bowl to watch the United States defeat China in the 1999 Women's World Cup final.