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Reflective Silver/Yellow

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Green/yellow/blue color pops in tribute to the world championship in Brazil, while a laser-etched brocade pattern covers the reflective upper for a look unlike anything else on the field. The Solista is a revolutionary shoe that will help you get noticed on the field, whether its as you zoom past defenders or make an incisive run for a pass from a teammate.

Upper: A single piece of high-quality, soft microfiber with a smear reflector effect creates a clean, cradled fit that helps players feel the ball and gain true control. The only stitching is in the heel. Lotto also engineered the shoe to be water resistant, so it remains lightweight in any weather.

Insole: A comfortable removable EVA insole sits inside smooth microfiber lining. The padded tongue, which helps cushion the impact of the ball, features an embroidered musical note, the Solista symbol.

Outsole: The new Lotto TX has a Puntoflex forefront groove, triangular TPU forefront studs and bladed heel studs that give you traction and the ability to accelerate or stop and turn with ease.

Weight: 8.8 oz.


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Lotto was founded in 1973 in Treviso, Italy. Rules of the Game: A goal cannot be scored directly from a throw-in. The first soccer league in the United States was the American Football Association, which existed from 1884-88. Liverpool came back from a 3-0 halftime deficit to beat AC Milan in penalties in the 2005 Champions League final. The United States played its first-ever official international soccer match on August 20, 1916 against Sweden in Stockholm.