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Hot Boot...Cooling Technology!

UPPER: TechPro microfiber for lightweight fit. Touch Control treatment for ball grip.

INSOLE: Removable anatomically-shaped EVA insole that is perforated and breathable thanks to NET technology.

Nylon and polyurethane Ergo NP frame for top performance and increased comfort. Double Action inserts absorb shock.

OUTSOLE: PU with 14 fixed studs. NET technology in the outsole is a breathable, waterproof membrane that keeps moisture, mud and debris out of the shoe. Axeler technology for propulsion and stability.

WEIGHT: (9.4 oz.) Imported.


CORTE: Micro fibra TechPro para un ajuste ligero. Tratamiento Touch Control para un mejor agarre del balón. Plantilla de espuma tipo EVA intercambiable y anatómica que viene con perforaciones para ventilación propias de la tecnología NET. Horma Ergo NP de

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