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  1. Get into the Mystic
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Get into the Mystic

Weave down the field with confidence thanks to the comfort and fit of Nike's Mystic. The Tiempo Mystic IV is cushioned in all the right places for lightweight impact protection and ball control.

Soft full-grain natural leather for comfort and ball feel.

Padded ankle collar for a comfortable fit and support

High-density recycled cushioned EVA sockliner for cushioning.

Lightweight TPU plate with combination conical/bladed studs provides excellent ground penetration, traction and pressure dispersion.

Forefoot conical studs enhance take-off traction, while oblong studs on the heel maximize traction during heel strike.

Forefoot flex-grooves lets foot move naturally on the field.

For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9.4 oz.


CORTE: Cuero entero suave que brinda comodidad y un tacto más natural con el balón. Calceta interior gruesa y acolchonada de espuma tipo EVA reciclada. SUELA: TPU ligero con tacos intercambiables para tracción en terrenos suaves. Para uso en terrenos firme

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