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Accelerate with Nike5

Lightweight comfort and cushioning. Built to withstand the intensity of Futsal, Nike5 Gato offers the touch, stability and traction needed for great ball control and precision passes in tight spaces.

UPPER: Durable, comfortable leather with suede overlay that extends across the medial side enhancing support and durability. A toe cap adds even more durability in this high-wear area.

Perforated panels at the midfoot enhance breathability.

INSOLE: Soccer-specific EVA midsole technology for responsive cushioning while maintaining stability during quick cuts needed to maneuver the court.

OUTSOLE: Durable, articulated gum rubber with a honeycomb pattern for flexibility and multidirectional traction.

For use on indoor surfaces. WEIGHT: 10.0 oz.


Ligeros, cómodos y acolchonados. CORTE: Cuero con punta de gamuza que se extiende hacia los costados. Plantilla con tecnología futbolística que amortigua. SUELA: Goma de hule con articulaciones que no deja marcas y brinda tracción y flexibilidad. Para uso

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