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Risk Red/White

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Italian Quality

Italian good looks courtesy of Lotto.

UPPER: Water-repellent, lightweight Premium Plus synthetic that is durable and comfortable.

Shock-Off insert in the heel for cushioning. ReActive arch moves with the feet for added comfort.

OUTSOLE: Extremely durable lugged rubber. For use on hard, natural surfaces and artificial turf. WEIGHT: 9.8 oz.


Estilo italiano cortesía de Lotto. CORTE: Material sintético Premium Plus resistente al agua y ligero para hacerlos más cómodos y duraderos. Añadido Shock Off en el talón para acolchonamiento. Tecnología ReActive Arch que se mueve junto con tus pies para b

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