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  1. Pure Performance on AG Surfaces!
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Pure Performance on AG Surfaces!

Keep your game on pitch with this incredible artificial grass cleat from adidas, adiPure 11Pro delivers the ideal combination of support and grip on artificial grass.

Full-grain calf leather upper provides a glove like fit. 360 Degree support saddle with a functional 3-Stripe design gives you additional structure and support. K-Leather in kicking area has an ultrathin DuraCoating to protect your shoe and give you the touch you need on the ball.

Anatomically molded EVA insole with flex zones provides the perfect fit and optimum comfort.

Traxion 2.0 stud configuration gives you maximum acceleration and optimal traction on turf. Sprint frame construction offers the perfect balance of light weight and stability.

This boot is miCoach SPEED_CELL compatible. Purchase your miCoach SPEED_CELL separately. The miCoach SPEED_CELL is available for Mac/PC - item #27908 or iPhone/iPod - item #42038.

WEIGHT: 8.6 oz.


Mantén la pureza de tu fútbol con estos botines increíbles para pasto artificial hechos por adidas. Compatibles con la consola miCoach SPEED_CELL compatible. Adquiere tu miCoach SPEED_CELL por separado. La miCoach SPEED_CELL está disponible para Mac/PC (#2

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