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Electric Blue/White/Graphic

  1. Engineered for excellence
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Engineered for excellence

Designed to deliver maximum performance. The bold blue color ensures it's not just your moves that stand out.

UPPER: Durable, flexible synthetic. Ventilated mesh tongue for breathability.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned midsole with SoLyte technology for added comfort and stability.

OUTSOLE: The PU outsole uses the HG10mm heel gradient that offers more speed in your step with less stress on the leg. The gradient revolutionizes the game by helping reduce over-use injuries while increasing speed and performance. Designed for more contact area, more grip and fast release for change of direction on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9 oz.


Diseñados para ayudarte a rendir al máximo. Su color azul garantiza que llamarás la atención. CORTE: Cuero sintético que es flexible y duradero. Lengüeta de malla para ventilación. Suela media acolchonada con tecnología SoLyte para brindarte más comodidad

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