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PURE CONTROL

adidas' Predator LZ TRX FG Junior provides the best control in the game. Five lethal zones of Predator technology on a super-soft upper combine with a Traxion outsole for supreme ball control, soft touch and jaw-dropping speed.

UPPER: Lightweight synthetic for a natural feel on the ball.

Full SL Rubber Predator technology creates five lethal zones to control the ball with every touch.

The FIVE Lethal Predator Zones deliver control for dribbling, first touch, the sweet spot, driving and passing:

1 - The dribble zone is designed for quick contact with the ball and close control.

2 - The large first touch zone has recessed ribs to cushion impact and stop the ball. It's a vacuum effect for instant control.

3 - On the sweet spot zone 3D ribs ensure longer contact with the ball to generate speed and spin.

4 - The drive zone has a raised and thicker 3D shape following the natural curve of the instep to help create rebound distance and open the game.

5 - The large control/pass zone is memory foam with a sticky coating on top. This ensures consistency, precision and killer passing.

Asymmetrical lacing increases strike zone. Nubuck heel lining offers super soft comfort.

MIDSOLE: Die-cut EVA for optimal support and comfort.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU with Traxion 2.0 stud configuration for maximum grip. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 6 oz.


Los Predator LZ TRX FG Junior de adidas brindan el mejor control en la cancha. Cinco zonas letales con tecnología Predator sobre un corte súper suave se combinan con la suela Traxion para brindar un control del balón superior, toque suave y velocidad aluci

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