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  1. A 90-minute lesson in fast
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A 90-minute lesson in fast

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The adizero is one of the lightest, fastest boots to hit the field. Goleo calf-leather upper gives you a snug fit, sprint web makes for stability in rapid-fire situations, and the sprint frame build sheds weight. This F50 adizero is miCoach SPEED_CELL compatible. Purchase your miCoach SPEED_CELL separately.

UPPER: Goleo calf-leather vamp provides a snug, lightweight fit. Sprintweb integrated in the upper for quicker cuts and excellent stability in high-speed dribbling.

MIDSOLE: Ultralight sockliner is carefully designed to not add bulk.

Inner micoach SPEED_CELL fits inside the insole to track your stats and make this the smartest boot on the planet.

OUTSOLE: Sprint frame for lightweight stability. TRX TPU outsole has a new stud configuration that improves your balance at top speeds. The F50 adizero FG is best on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 6.1 oz.


Los adizero están entre los botines más ligeros y veloces que han pisado una cancha. Esta versión F50 es compatible con la consola miCoach SPEED_CELL, de venta por separado. CORTE: Empeine Goleo hecho con piel de ternera que brinda un ajuste perfecto sin a

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