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  1. Bold color meets classic style
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Bold color meets classic style

A premium cleat for players who like classic soccer style. This blue version has a psychedelic pattern for an eye-catching look.

UPPER: High-grade synthetic leather for great touch on the ball.

UTSOLE: Clear injected PU with traditional rounded studs. 10 mm Heel Gradient helps shift wieght forward and reduces strain on the legs.

For use on firm, natural surfaces. WEIGHT: (9.2 oz.) Imported.


Botines premium para jugadores que gustan del fútbol clásico. CORTE: Cuero sintético de alta graduación para un excelente toque del balón. SUELA: PU transparente inyectado y con tacos redondos tradicionales. Declive que 10 mm en el talón ayuda a enviar el

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