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Metallic Platinum/Electric Green/Black

  1. Pick up the pace!
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Pick up the pace!

Nike's Mercurial Veloce is a performance cleat designed to perfect performance by offering control at top speeds.

The Veloce enhances natural speed whether dribbling or sprinting past the opposition.

UPPER: Lightweight Teijin (synthetic) molds to the foot's shape.

Low profile toe box helps you get under the ball.

Contoured speed last for a superior fit with complete foot lock-down for blister-free, slip-free comfort.

MIDSOLE: Perforated (for breathability and reduced weight) with a molded top layer that mirrors foot shape and offers low profile cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Full-length TPU with soft density studs for the acceleration, comfort and durability that's needed on artificial grass.

Traction pattern has studs in three different heights for optimal traction and performance on artificial turf.

Cored out studs in the heel and forefoot reduces weight.

WEIGHT: 8.6 oz.


Botines creados para mejorar nuestro desempeño brindando control a altas velocidades. CORTE: Teijin sintético ligero con tecnología para el control de la velocidad que te permite dominar el balón a cualquier velocidad. Horma contorneada para un ajuste inme

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