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The Best...Now for Less!

How did adidas create the lightest, fastest boot on the field? By using a revolutionary single layer synthetic construction that incorporates incredibly strong -but lightweight- Kelvar laces. The result is a 5.1 ounce speed machine called the F50 adizero Prime. If you're going full tilt for 90 minutes, you can't afford an extra ounce, which means you can't afford not to wear adidas' the F50 adizero Prime.

Developed on a high-speed last.

adiLite single layer design (no foam, no lining) that is soft, lightweight yet extremely durable.

Lightweight, low profile, durable Kevlar laces.

Inner contrast-color TPU support bands for stability.

Two sockliner options, one ultralight and one comfort.

TPU Sprintframe outsole with Traxion for acceleration and speed.

Comes with shoe bag, extra laces and shoe cloth.

WEIGHT: (5.1 oz.) Imported.


¿Cómo logró adidas crear los botines más rápidos y ligeros en la cancha? Utilizando un revolucionario corte sintético de una sola capa que incorpora cordones Kevlar increíblemente fuertes, pero ligeros. El resultado es una máquina de velocidad de apenas 5.

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