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This version of the Freefootball X-ite is part of adidas' Samba Pack, a colorful collection created in honor of 2014 host country Brazil.

Control the game with adidas! This fast, low profile shoe offers agility and scoring touch.

UPPER: Combination synthetic and mesh for minimal weight with optimum flexibility and breathability. Abrasion-resistant synthetic overlay for enhanced durability. Touch Compound grid on the vamp enhances control.

MIDSOLE: Pre-molded EVA with adiPrene insert for maximum comfort and shock absorption.

OUTSOLE: 5-a-side stud configuration with low-speed toe studs, round forefoot center studs and triangular Traxion studs for incredible speed. Low-to-the-ground and flexible rubber for quick moves and solid ball touch. WEIGHT: 10.0 oz.


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