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The lightweight design of the Nike5 Bomba Finale AG delivers serious ball control for low shots and quick passes. It's designed for enduring comfort and performance during indoor small-sided games on hard surfaces and artificial turf.

Kanga-Lite water-resistant synthetic leather for excellent fit and ball touch

Shape-correcting shot shield to help keep shots low

Instep design to enhance touch and help maintain control

Multidirectional traction pattern for enhanced traction and grip

Recycled Nike Grind rubber on medial heel and toe for durability

WEIGHT: 11 oz.


El ligero diseño de los Nike5 Bomba Finale AG te permite controlar mejor el balón para que puedas hacer disparos rasos y pases rápidos. Han sido diseñados para que juegues cómodamente durante partidos de cancha corta, sobre terrenos duros o en pasto artifi

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