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You'll never fly under the radar with these flashy boots from Umbro. UPPER: Soft lightweight Teijin Japanese microfiber with a shiny finish and a sculpted TPU external heel counter. INSOLE: Poron insole and a padded tongue for comfort. OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU outsole with carbon fiber inlays for midfoot stability and forefoot flexibilty. For use on hard ground. WEIGHT: (9.8 oz) Imported.


Nunca pasarás desapercibido con estos deslumbrantes botines de Umbro. CORTE: Micro fibra japonesa de Teijin suave y ligera con un acabado brillante y base externa del talón de TPU esculpido. Plantilla de poron con lengüeta acolchonada para mayor comodidad.

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