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Item #19310
  1. Copa Indoor is now Mundial Goal
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Copa Indoor is now Mundial Goal

This is the exact same shoe that you've come to know and love as the Copa Indoor. The classic, ultimate indoor performance shoe! We Americans have had our own name for it for many years, but are now coming on board with the rest of the world to call this shoe the Mundial Goal.

UPPER: Kangaroo leather for extreme comfort.

OUTSOLE: Molded gum rubber for excellent cushioning during play on indoor surfaces.

WEIGHT: 12 oz.


¡Estos clásicos botines son los mejores para jugar en canchas bajo techo! CORTE: Piel de canguro que te brinda la máxima comodidad. SUELA: Goma de hule moldeada para una excelente amortiguación en canchas bajo techo. PESO: (12 oz) Importados.

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