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Metallic Platinum/Electric Green/Black

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The Vapor, it's the ultimate speed cleat for players who are already fast. Nike's Teijin synthetic, aerodynamic upper is streamlined to keep weight to the bare minimum without sacrificing durability or foot protection.

UPPER: Lightweight Teijin synthetic leather with Speed Control technology, which ensures you don't sacrifice control for speed. Contoured speed last creates a second-skin fit.

The Teijin upper on this silver version of the Mercurial Vapor IX is updated to be as close to the fit and feel of a natural leather as possible while still maintaining the incredible durable and minimal weight of a synthetic.

MIDSOLE: Perforated sockliner mirrors foot shape for contoured cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Full-length, lightweight TPU with carbon fiber inserts for explosive acceleration and multi-directional grip. Stud design ensures stability and balance at top speeds. WEIGHT: 6.0 oz.


Los botines más veloces para jugadores rápidos. CORTE: Cuero sintético de Teijin que es ligero y tecnología Speed Control, la cual se asegura que no sacrifiques control para ganar velocidad. Horma de velocidad contorneada que crea un ajuste perfecto. Calce

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