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Breath-taking Speed

This version of the F30 TRX FG is part of adidas' Samba Pack, a colorful collection created in honor of 2014 host country Brazil.

High speed looks and high speed performance from adidas. The F30 TRX FG blazes on the field thanks to a Sprintweb upper. It delivers quicker cuts and faster dribbling.

UPPER: Sprintweb streamlined synthetic for quick cuts and stability during fast play. Durable strike zone. Textured treatment enhance touch.

MIDSOLE: AgION odor control. Premolded sockliner for maximum comfort.

OUTSOLE: TPU bottom frame and new Traxion stud shape to keep weight to a minimum without sacrificing speed and agility. For speed on firm, natural surfaces.

miCoach compatible. WEIGHT: 9.4 oz.


Con estos botines de adidas lucirás y serás más rápido. CORTE: Material sintético Sprintweb aerodinamizado para realizar cortes rápidos y brindar estabilidad cuando juegas a alta velocidad. Zona de golpeo duradera. Tratamiento texturizado para mejorar el t

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