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  1. The Evolution of Speed
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The Evolution of Speed

We love to show off our speed on the field with this cleat from PUMA. The anatomic fit designed for women makes this shoe perfect for us on the pitch.

UPPER: Durable synthetic PU for a smooth finish and natural feel on the ball.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA insole for added comfort.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU injected outsole with combination conical and bladed studs for the best traction on the field. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 6.2 oz.


Nos encanta ser más rápidas en la cancha con estos botines de ajuste anatómico para mujeres hechos por PUMA. CORTE: PU sintético que es duradero y ofrece una superficie más lisa para un contacto más natural con el balón. Plantilla de espuma tipo EVA acolch

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