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Black/Black/Total Crimson

  1. Laser Accuracy meets Comfort
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Laser Accuracy meets Comfort

Nike's Total90 Laser is innovation through studying and understanding player movement, touch and strike. The Total90 Laser is the striker's ultimate weapon.

Offers a snug fit no matter the foot shape. Enhanced shooting and swerve zones amplify the natural movement of the foot. Secondary traction with more flexible plate to reduce slippage.

Kanga-lite synthetic leather for enhanced touch.

Adaptive shield amplifies flexibility, swerve striking and shot accuracy.

Engineered Microfins, ie. small raised TPU fins deliver increased friction with the ball to ensure more swerve.

Molded EVA with poron insert for reduced stud pressure.

Lightweight TPU for maximum stud penetration and quick release. Secondary traction combines with a more flexible forefoot to enhance agility.

WEIGHT: 10.2 oz.


La innovación se logra estudiando y entendiendo los movimientos, toque y disparos de los jugadores. Se trata de la mejor arma para un delantero. CORTE: Cuero sintético Kanga-lite para un mejor toque. Tecnología que los hace más flexibles y permite mayor ef

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