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Incredible performance for future greats

The Veloce has an extremely lightweight synthetic upper that is paired up with a contoured speed last and full-length TPU outsole for stability and protection without sacrificing speed. This color looks incredible on the field thanks to the metallic orange, pop of electric yellow on the Swoosh and a cool dot pattern.

UPPER: Lightweight, soft and supple Teijin synthetic leather with speed control technology. This thin synthetic upper is engineered to last while keeping weight to a minimum and protecting feet.

A contoured last (the frame of the shoe) molds to the foot to create a second-skin fit.

MIDSOLE: Molded sockliner for excellent cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Full-length, lightweight TPU with a bladed stud design for explosive acceleration and multi-directional grip.

The Mercurial Veloce delivers speed, accuracy and balance.

WEIGHT: 6.4 oz.


Los botines Veloce vienen con un corte de cuero sintético extremadamente ligero, horma de velocidad contorneada y suela de TPU para brindarte estabilidad y protección sin sacrificar velocidad. CORTE: Cuero sintético de Teijin que es ligero, suave e incluye

Rules of the Game: The referee indicates an indirect free kick by raising his arm above his head. He maintains his arm in that position until the kick has been taken and the ball has touched another player or goes out of play. In 1994, Detroitís Pontiac Silverdome was the first-ever indoor stadium to be used in the World Cup. Briana Scurry has 77 career shutouts with the U.S. Women's National Team. The U.S. Women's National Team's top two career goal scorers, Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly, were teammates at the University of North Carolina. More than 90,000 people filled the Rose Bowl to watch the United States defeat China in the 1999 Women's World Cup final.