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Pick up the pace!

Lightweight shoe for the quick pace of turf play, the Victory offers exceptional traction, cushioning and control.

UPPER: Soft, supple synthetic leather for a comfortable fit and feel. Contoured last mirrors foot shape for a molded fit.

MIDSOLE: Contoured sockliner provides cushioning and helps reduces stud pressure.

Phylon midsole for lightweight cushioning and comfort.

OUTSOLE: Molded rubber with innovative Vapor traction pattern for speed on artificial turf surfaces.

Outsole wraps around the upper for durability in high-wear areas.

WEIGHT: 9.0 oz.


Los botines Victory son ligeros para ajustarse al ritmo del fútbol sala y ademeas brindan tracción, acolchonamiento y control excepcionales, todo en una presentación de increíblemente bajo perfil. CORTE: Cuero sintético suave para un mejor ajuste y mayor c

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