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  1. Get Down With Gravity!
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Get Down With Gravity!

With a striking asymmetrical graphic print and a different design on the left and right shoe, your shoes like your game will stand out on the field.

UPPER: Durable PU synthetic construction with soft nylon ankle lining for added comfort.

Asymmetrical lacing increases the strike zone.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA sockliner for optimal support. Padded ankle cushions and helps prevent blisters.

OUTSOLE: Multi-studded rubber for the best traction on turf. For use on artificial turf and hard, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 8.0 oz.


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