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  1. Take Control of the Court!
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Take Control of the Court!

Ball control for future stars.

UPPER: KLTD synthetic leather (a synthetic that fits and feels like leather, but is still lightweight and durable). Control pads give you an edge when it comes to passing and receiving.

Asymmetrical lacing system expands the ball control area.

MIDSOLE: EVA sockliner for optimum comfort and support.

OUTSOLE: Articulated gum rubber provides non-marking traction and durability on the court or on the street.

Unique traction pods and a forefoot pivot point for quick cuts.

Forefoot flex-grooves enhance flexibility.

For use on indoor surfaces.

WEIGHT: 6.6 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: Hule con articulaciones que

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