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  1. Take Control of the Grass!
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Take Control of the Grass!

Prepare for complete ball control with Nike's CTR360 Libretto III whether on the attack or defense.

UPPER: KLTD synthetic leather (a synthetic leather that fits and feels like leather but is still lightweight and durable). Control pads give an edge when it comes to passing and receiving.

Asymmetrical loop lacing for better ball control.

MIDSOLE: EVA sockliner for optimum comfort and support.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU with innovative artificial grass traction pattern. Engineered soft density studs provide the extra cushioning, flexibility and optimal traction for artificial grass. For use on artificial grass.

WEIGHT: 6.6 oz.


Controla el balón al atacar o defender con los CTR360 Libretto III de Nike. CORTE: Cuero sintético KLTD que es ligero y duradero. Almohadillas que mejoran el control del balón y hacen más efectivos tus pases. Cordones asimétricos para un mejor control del

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