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UPPER: TPU upper with Umbro's new A-Frame Cradle for support. Optimized and reengineered Italian last makes up the boot's foundation.

The boot has a new Teijin Japanese Micro Fiber upper that improves touch while decreasing the weight.

Short Perforated tongue creates a larger, cleaner striking surface. The boot has perforations on the sock liner, collar and tongue for cooling airflow.

TPU Medial Toe Strike zone increases touch, accuracy and control in all conditions.

OUTSOLE: Anatomically positioned forefoot cleats for optimal acceleration and traction. The GT Pro has a light insole board that's rigid and strong.

Anatomically placed forefoot flex grooves on the outsole provide flexibility.

WEIGHT: 8.3 oz.


CORTE: Una sola pieza de suave micro fibra de teijin japonesa que brinda comodidad y un buen ajuste. Revolucionaria placa A-Frame de TPU que brinda soporte a la parte media del pie y mantiene el talón en su lugar. Nueva horma. Calceta interior de espuma ti

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