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  1. Built for Speed!
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Built for Speed!

This new, bold version of the adizero is part of adidas' Samba Pack and pays tribute to the 2014 host country Brazil. These bright colors honor the energy of life in Brazil. This adizero has a multi-color tongue, insole and liner and bright laces. It's a bold cleat worthy of the world championships.

Matches are won with speed and adidas' F50 adizero XTRX is the fastest boot on the field.

Sprintskin upper drastically reduces the adizero's weight and fits like a glove. Innovative internal TPU support bands in the upper offer support and stability.

Sprint Frame construction for stability despite the F50 adizero's light weight.

Mix of molded Traxion studs and exchangeable aluminum studs. New Traxion stud shape for maximum speed on soft, wet surfaces.

For use on soft, natural surfaces. WEIGHT: (6.8 oz.) Imported.

IN THE SOCCER.COM WINTER 2 CATALOG, THERE IS A MISPRINT OF PRICING FOR THIS SHOE. TO BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH ADIDAS POLICY, WE MUST CHARGE $229.99 (GC $206.99). WE SINCERELY APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED.


Si la velocidad gana partidos, con estos botines serás un triunfador. CORTE: Material Sprintskin que reduce drásticamente su peso. Innovadoras bandas internas de TPU en el corte brindan soporte y estabilidad. SUELA: Combinación de tacos Traxion y de alumin

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