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  1. Nitrocharge Your Game!
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Nitrocharge Your Game!

adidas' revolutionary Nitrocharge is made to dominate the distance while conserving and enhancing player energy. It's a power cleat for power players.

An innovative protection mesh on the Nitrocharge's upper protects foot and cleat during non-stop 90 minutes play, while an Engergysling rubber band is built into the upper to support sidecut and turn movements.

The Nitrocharge 1.0 TRX FG is also enhanced with Engergypulse, a highly elastic material in the outsole that provides premium energy output during toe-off.

UPPER: Hybridtouch (a supersoft hybrid that provides the benefits of leather and durable synthetic) forefoot with a super strong, protective mesh in rearfoot for unrivaled durability. Rubber Energysling creates in-cleat stability. Pre-molded protection pads in toe and heel offer tackle protection.

MIDSOLE: Pre-molded EVA for cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Traxion TPU with Energypulse for enhanced energy. Delivers maximum grip and acceleration on firm, natural fields.

miCoach compatible.

WEIGHT: 8.4 oz.


Los revolucionarios botines Nitrocharge de adidas han sido creados para conservar y aumentar la energía de los futbolistas durante los 90 minutos de juego. Una innovadora malla protectora en el corte protege el pie y los botines durante todo el partido, mi

adidas founder Adi Dassler produced his first soccer boots in 1929. They featured leather outsoles and studs. Soccer has its roots in ancient games like Cuju, which was popular in China around 400 BC. The mascots for the 2002 FIFA World Cup in Korea/Japan were futuristic, computer-generated creatures named Ato, Kaz and Nik. Karl-Heinz Korbel, who played for Eintracht Frankfurt from 1972 to 1991, holds the record for Bundesliga appearances with 602. 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.