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  1. Lethal Power and Control!
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Lethal Power and Control!

Prepare yourself for the most deadly cleat to hit the pitch with the new Predator LZ TRX FG. adidas' revolutionary Predator has been updated once again to provide the most comprehensive control in the game. This is also the first Predator to be miCoach SPEED_CELL compatible.

UPPER: Hybrid L-S, which is a newly engineered super-soft upper material that provides the benefits of leather and a synthetic for a light weight with a natural feel on the ball.

Predator:

Full SL Rubber Predator technology creates five lethal zones to control the ball with every touch. Predator elements have been engineered and placed according to their specific function. Once the zone position and function was defined, the geometry, shape, height and thickness were selected to best fit the function and need of the player. The Predator rubber has also been updated to be thinner and more effective.

The FIVE Lethal Predator Zones deliver control for dribbling, first touch, the sweet spot, driving and passing:

MIDSOLE: Die-cut EVA for optimal support and comfort.

OUTSOLE: Compatible with miCoach. Lightweight TPU with Traxion 2.0 stud configuration for maximum grip. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 8.0 oz.


Prepárate para calzar los botines más mortíferos, los nuevos Predator LZ TRX FG, que incorporan lo máximo en poder, control y velocidad en un solo botín. Los Predator son compatibles con la consola miCoach SPEED_CELL. Adquiere tu miCoach SPEED_CELL por sep

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