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Tech Grey/Matte Purple Metallic/Dark Violet

  1. Kick it with ClimaCool
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Kick it with ClimaCool

Breathe some new life into your training with the flexible and breathable ClimaCool Aerate from adidas.

UPPER: ClimaCool mesh for maximum breathability.

MIDSOLE: Anatomically shaped perforated footbed with ClimaCool vents for increased comfort and airflow.

OUTSOLE: adiWear rubber for the best durability in high-wear areas.

WEIGHT: 8.6 oz.


Entrena mejor con los ClimaCool Aerate de adidas, que son flexibles y fomentan la ventilación. CORTE: Malla ClimaCool para lo máximo en ventilación. Cama anatómica con perforaciones ClimaCool para mayor comodidad y circulación del aire. SUELA: Hule adiWear

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