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  1. Kids Take Control
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Kids Take Control

When you hit the field, control the game. Nike gives future greats what they need with the CTR360 Libretto III FG. Made with a synthetic leather upper, the Nike CTR360 Libretto III offers lightweight comfort, while the control pad aids in passing and receiving.

UPPER: Synthetic leather is lightweight and durable. Control pads give you an edge when it comes to passing and receiving.

MIDSOLE: EVA sockliner for optimum comfort and support. Contoured last (the frame on which the shoe is built) mirrors the foot shape for a premium, low-profile fit.

OUTSOLE: TPU plate designed for the best multi-directional traction and underfoot comfort. Innovative stud pattern for improved traction on firm, natural fields that may be slightly wet.

WEIGHT: 6.4 oz.


CORTE: Cuero sintético KLTD que es ligero y duradero. Almohadillas que mejoran el control del balón y hacen más efectivos tus pases. Calceta interior de espuma tipo EVA que los hace más cómodos y brinda un mejor soporte. SUELA: Placa de TPU diseñada para b

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