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Speed & Touch

A revolutionary shoe that's as bold as your game. Nike's lightest indoor shoe to date, the Elastico Finale II delivers speed, control and stand-out style. BONUS: It's almost 25% lighter than its predecessor.

UPPER: One piece of performance mesh that is fused with PU skins. Translation? A responsive, breathable upper that is snugger, thinner and softer. Double layer Nike Skin around the toe for durability.

Tongue and laces are designed to lock the foot in place. The tongue won't slide off to the side.

MIDSOLE: Low profile EVA for low to ground cushioning and support.

OUTSOLE: Unique sculpted rubber with a minimal thickness and molded shape for unrivaled flexibility and agility. Traction pattern for stability and underfoot ball control on court surfaces. Groove down the forefoot offers flexibility and lets the Elastico Finale II move with the foot.

WEIGHT: 6.8 oz.


Velocidad y toque. Botines revolucionarios que son tan llamativos como tu fútbol. Son los más ligeros que Nike ha creado para canchas bajo techo. CORTE: Una sola pieza de malla especial con tiras de PU que resultan en un corte más delgado, más suave y que

Rules of the Game: The ball is in play at all other times, including when it rebounds from a goalpost, crossbar or corner flag post and remains in the field of play. Giovane Elber (Bayern Munich) holds the Bundsliga record for the fastest goal - 11 seconds! In the early years of of the game, American soccer was dominated by teams from New England, particularly Fall River, New Bedford and Pawtucket. The first appearance of organized women's soccer in the US may have been in 1922, when a team sponsored by English company Dick, Kerr toured the country -and beat several top men's teams. The Netherlands' Ernie Brandt is the only man to score a goal for both teams in a World Cup game, accomplishing the feat in 1978.