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  1. The Evolution of Speed
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The Evolution of Speed

Lightweight speed cleat from PUMA. This graphic version of PUMA's evoSPEED 5 gets an patterned, textured iridescent treatment for an eye-catching look.

UPPER: Durable synthetic PU for a natural feel on the ball.

Lightly-padded collar for a cushioned, secure fit.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole for added comfort. Breathable mesh lining.

OUTSOLE: Injected lightweight TPU with a combination conical and bladed stud configuration for the best traction on the pitch.

DuoFlex technology on the outsole for flexibility.

For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 8.0 oz.


Esta versión estampada de los evoSPEED 5 de PUMA viene con un tratamiento que los hace más brillantes para llamar la atención. CORTE: PU sintético para hacerlos más duraderos y mejorar el contacto con el balón. Plantilla de espuma tipo EVA acolchonada para

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