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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

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