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Battle Pack

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This black and white graphic version of the F10 is a part of adidas' 2014 Battle Pack collection. Every shoe in the Battle Pack collection has a similar bold 50% black, 50% white design with a fiery three stripe. The black and white patterns are inspired by the warpaint of the 2014 host country's ancient warriors and the iconic patterns of ancient Mesopotamia and the Copacabana beach.

The adidas F10 TRX has a high-speed design and efficient handling. Score and assist faster in this shoe made for agility and control at high speeds.

UPPER: Synthetic upper is extremely light and easy to clean.

Asymmetrical lacing for a wide strike zone.

INSOLE: Die-Cut EVA insole for comfort; Pre-molded EVA midsole with adiPRENE insert in the heel for shock absorption. agion technology fights bacteria and odor.

OUTSOLE: Non-marking durable gum rubber for durability and traction on indoor surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9.6 oz.


Botines para canchas bajo techo inspirados en el gran Messi. Los F10 TRX de adidas han sido diseñados para brindarte velocidad y control. Anota y asiste más rápidamente con estos botines creados para brindar agilidad y control a altas velocidades. CORTE: C

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