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  1. Match Strong. Race Inspired.
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Match Strong. Race Inspired.

In a single game, we run over 6 miles - over 6 miles miles at fast pace. The new Under Armour 10K Force Pro II combines the traction and precision for on-field perfection with the lightweight, foot-forming cushioning of a running shoe. It's endurance meets power.

Form-fitting CompFit ankle construction for a snug feel and extra boost of speed.

Diamond grid pattern on the upper maximizes touch and accuracy.

Corespeed chassis accelerates the foot's natural motion.

4D Foam footbed conforms to foot for custom, locked-in comfort.

Performance microfiber upper with Match Control ball control treatment. Under Armour's CompFit system allows players freedom of movement while keeping their feet secure. Perforated microfiber tongue creates enhanced breathability and helps regulate temperature.

Constructed to allow for a closer-to-foot fit and lower-to-the-ground feel.

WEIGHT: 7.7 oz.


CORTE: Micro fibra tratada con la tecnología Match Control para un mejor control del balón. Sistema CompFit de Under Armour que brinda libertad de movimiento sin dejar de mantener seguros los pies. Lengüeta de micro fibra con perforaciones para una mejor v

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