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Urban Sky/Electricity/Metallic Silver

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The world's fastest boot! Prepare for a future of extreme acceleration and razor-sharp handling.

This F50 adizero is miCoach SPEED_CELL compatible.

adidas F5 TRX FG Junior UPPER: Sprintskin, a revolutionary single-layer synthetic, reduces the weight. Innovative internal TPU support bands in the upper offer support and stability.

adidas F5 TRX FG Junior INSOLE: The adizero has an ultralight sockliner. Bonus pair of comfort sockliners are included. Inner micoach SpeedPod fits inside the insole to track your stats and make this the smartest boot on the planet.

adidas F5 TRX FG Junior OUTSOLE: Sprint frame for lightweight stability. TRX TPU outsole has a new stud configuration that improves your balance at top speeds on firm, natural surfaces.

adidas F5 TRX FG Junior WEIGHT: 4.6 oz.


Acelera tu fútbol con este corte de alta velocidad y apariencia electrizante. Diseñados para jugar rápidamente y hacer cortes cerrados con el balón. CORTE: Material sintético con cordones asimétricos. Tecnología Agion que combate el crecimiento de bacteria

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