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  1. Absolute Speed.
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Absolute Speed.

Speed meets support thanks to adidas' Sprintweb.

UPPER: Sprintskin drastically reduces the adizero's weight. Innovative internal TPU support bands (Sprintweb) in the upper offer support and stability.

MIDSOLE: Ultralight sockliner is carefully designed to not add bulk. Soft lining on the heel for added comfort.

OUTSOLE: New Traxion stud configuration for maximum speed and grip on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9.2 oz.


CORTE: Sprintskin que reduce drásticamente su peso. Innovadoras bandas internas de TPU en el corte brindan soporte y estabilidad. Calceta interior ultra ligera diseñada cuidadosamente para no abultar. SUELA: Nueva configuración de tacos Traxion para lo máx

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