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Battle Pack

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Ready for Battle

Designed for the fields of Brazil, this version of the 11pro is a part of adidas' Battle Pack. With a striking black and white graphic pattern, the 11pro Battle Pack has a fiery gold three stripe design to honor 2014's ultimate trophy. Inside the heel is a large 14. This is the cleat Germany's captain Philipp Lahm and Brazil's Hernanes will wear this summer as they take on the world.

Keep your game pure on the pitch with the adiPure 11 Pro. This lightweight boot offers the flex and stability you need on the field combined with the perfect amount of power.

Hybrid touch upper for excellent performance, fit, comfort and superior ball feel.

Memory foam footbed molds to the foot for a custom fit.

Soft comfort suede lining.

Comfort frame for distributing pressure for a comfort fit.

Comfort TPU outsole with more small studs to penetrate firm ground for perfect traction.

For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 7.9 oz.


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