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Cooling Technology

Diadora's DD Eleven GX has an ultra soft kangaroo leather with Touch Control for enhanced touch.

Partial hidden loop lacing system for a more uniform kicking surface.

Anti-stretch fabric lining.

Touch Counter heel support for improved grip and ball control at the heel.

Removable anatomically shaped EVA insole is perforated and breathable thanks to NET technology. Includes Microbe barrier, an anti-bacterial treatment.

Ergos NP nylon and propylene lasting board ensures top performance and increased comfort.

Double Action insert for shock absorption.

PU with synthetic fiber net and breathable, waterproof membrane for ventilation that keeps mud and water out.

Bi-density Axeler for forefoot propulsion and maximum stability. Flex Rotax system studs in forefoot for traction and flexibility.

WEIGHT: 10.0 oz.


CORTE: Piel de canguro ultra suave con tecnología Touch Control para un mejor toque. Sistema de cordones parcialmente ocultos para una superficie de golpeo más pareja. Forro de tela que no se estira. Base de soporte Touch Counter en el talón para un mejor

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