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  1. Accelerate with Nike5
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Accelerate with Nike5

Delivers lightweight comfort, cushioning, durability and stability in one heck of a good-looking package.

UPPER: Natural leather forefoot with rubber toe and medial side panel for durability and ball friction.

INSOLE: Lunarlite technology for the next level cushioning. LunarLite is Nike's newest game changer. It's 30% lighter than standard Phylon, which reduces weight and creates springy cushioning. LunarLite absorbs the force of impact and distributes throughout evenly.

OUTSOLE: Gum rubber for non-marking traction, flexibility and control. For use on indoor surfaces.

WEIGHT: 10.4 oz.


Son duraderos, brindan comodidad, ligereza, amortiguación y estabilidad, además son de una apariencia inmejorable. CORTE: Cuero natural con hule en la punta que los hace más duraderos y permite mayor fricción con el balón. Plantilla con tecnología Lunarlit

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