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Super-Light Version!

This is the shoe that Fabregas will use to make the magic happen at Euro 2012!

Upgrade your game with a shoe that is engineered for power and fueled by speed.

UPPER: Soft and supple kangaroo leather provides an incredible feel on the ball. PUMA 3D PST Duo technology puts more control and power in your shot. 3D PST Duo technology is made of an innovative thermoplastic material used in two different levels of hardness for power without energy loss.

TPU injected external heel counter for additional stability.

Asymmetrical lacing increases strike zone.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole for optimum comfort. Memory foam in the heel and a anatomically-shaped sockliner offer added cushioning.

PUMA's Powerlast lets the upper mold to the foot.

OUTSOLE: Injected Pebax outsole with bladed studs for maximum traction on the field. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 8.4 oz.


Mejora tu fútbol con unos botines diseñados para ser más poderosos y rápidos. CORTE: Piel de canguro suave y cómodo. Tecnología 3D PST Duo de PUMA que mejora el contacto con el balón y te permite jugar mejor. Base externa del talón de TPU inyectado para un

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