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  1. Built for strikers!
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Built for strikers!

For the scorer, the attacker, the T90 Strike IV is equipped with innovative Shotshield to help improve ball control and accuracy on artificial grass.

UPPER: Performance-grade synthetic for comfort, touch and fit. Shot Shield enhances touch and control on the instep/swerve for powerful strikes and pinpoint accuracy.

Off-center lacing system for expanded ball-control surface.

MIDSOLE: EVA with poron inserts for reduced stud pressure and contoured arch and heel support.

OUTSOLE: Soft TPU studs combined with secondary sub studs for extra cushioning, flexibility and traction for artificial surfaces. WEIGHT: 9.6 oz.


¡Hechos para delanteros! CORTE: Cuero sintético de gran desempeño para comodidad, toque y ajuste. Tecnología ShotShield para un mejor control del balón y generar mejores disparos. Calceta interior de espuma tipo EVA con añadidos de poron que reduce la pres

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