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  1. A 90-minute lesson in speed
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A 90-minute lesson in speed

This limited edition of the adizero will be worn by many Portland Timbers and Seattle Sounders players during the Cascadia Cup on Sunday, October 13, 2013.

The adizero is one of the lightest, fastest boots to hit the field. The adizero is essential for players who want to quicken their footwork and accelerate with the ball.

Goleo calf-leather vamp provides a snug, lightweight fit. Sprintweb integrated in the upper for quicker cuts and excellent stability in high-speed dribbling.

Ultralight, perforated sockliner is carefully designed to not add bulk.

Sprintframe for lightweight stability. TRX TPU has a new stud configuration that improves balance at top speeds. WEIGHT: 6.1 oz.

This F50 adizero is miCoach SPEED_CELL compatible. Purchase your miCoach SPEED_CELL separately. The miCoach SPEED_CELL is available for Mac/PC - item# 27908 or iPhone/iPod - item #42038.


Esta versión de edición limitada de los botines adizero será la que calcen los jugadores del Portland Timbers y del Seattle Sounders durante la Cascadia Cup, el 13 de octubre de 2013. Los adizero son los botines más ligeros y veloces que han pisado una can

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