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  1. Turn It Up With the Techno!
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Turn It Up With the Techno!

Kick it with control when you're wearing the Techno Microfiber from Concord. This boot combines a supple microfiber upper with an innovative shot control panel to provide you with a premium boot that performs under pressure.

UPPER: Lightweight and comfortable microfiber upper provides a great touch on the ball. Textured Control Panel helps provide the grip and swerve you need to step up your shot. Asymmetrical lacing increases strike zone.

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA foam midsole provides added comfort and stability.

OUTSOLE: TPU outsole with Flex Zone for optimum stability and bladed studs for the best traction. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: (10.2 oz.). Imported.


Estos botines combinan un corte de micro fibra suave con un inovador panel de control para realizar mejores disparos y funcionar mejor bajo presión. CORTE: Micro fibra ligera y cómoda que brinda un excelente toque con el balón. Panel de control que te brin

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