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Ultimate Direction-Changing Machine

It doesn't just look like the future of the game - it is the future of the game. The Spine Blur is designed to offer speed in every direction, because after all soccer is a 360 degree sport. Not just a pretty face, the Blur is also equipped with innovative wings on the side to eliminate foot roll.

UPPER: Microfiber with a lateral wing (yep, wing) translate into unprecedented support in a lightweight and flexible system. The Blur offers the ultimate in touch and fit.

An anatomical heel grips to limited slippage.

MIDSOLE: 4D foam for optimal comfort and reduced stud pressure. Low profile insole keeps the foot low to the ground for increased stability.

OUTSOLE: Pebax for lightweight support. Conical studs for great feel.

WEIGHT: 7.4 oz.


Los botines del futuro ya están aquí. CORTE: Aleta lateral y micro fibra para brindar soporte sin precedente a través de un sistema ligero y flexible. Lo último en toque y ajuste. Agarraderas anatómicas en el talón que los mantienen en su sitio. Suela medi

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