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  1. A Superb Shoe for the Small Sided Game
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A Superb Shoe for the Small Sided Game

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

adidas' Freefootball TopSala is a lightweight shoe for fast play no matter where you are. adidas' Freefootball TopSala is the lightest, most explosive shoe around.

adidas Freefootball TopSala UPPER: Hybrid L-S material is a super soft and durable material that combines the benefits of a synthetic and natural leather. Mesh insert in tongue enhances breathability.

adidas Freefootball TopSala MIDSOLE: Pre-molded EVA with adiPrene insert for maximum comfort and shock absorption.

adidas Freefootball TopSala OUTSOLE: Ultralight rubber with new Sala bottom for the best grip.

WEIGHT: 8.0 oz.


Libera tu fútbol en la duela con los botines TopSala de adidas. CORTE: Mezcla de cuero natural y sintético para hacerlos suaves y duraderos. Añadido de malla en la lengüeta para permitir una mejor ventilación. Suela media de espuma tipo EVA premoldeada con

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