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This match-ready shoe from Nike is crafted to advance your small-sided game. The Gato II delivers excellent comfort, ball touch and agility.

UPPER: Soft, full-grain leather for comfort and touch. The new Gato has an open mesh panel for incredible breathability and reduced weight. Mesh tongue further enhanced comfort.

MIDSOLE: Phylon midsole and EVA sockliner for added cushioning in the heel and forefoot.

OUTSOLE: Gum rubber with forefoot panel for enhanced agility. This split forefoot lets the shoe move naturally with the foot. Traction pattern for under ball control and stability. WEIGHT: 8.4 oz.


Los botines Gato II de Nike han sido creados para ayudarte a jugar mejor en canchas bajo techo, pues brindan una excelente comodidad y toque del balón. CORTE: Cuero entero suave para mayor comodidad. Panel de malla para fomentar la ventilación. Suela media

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