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Diadora DD-NA GLX 14 is an incredibly lightweight boot, the lightest Diadora has ever produced in fact.

UPPER: SuprellPro3L (soft synthetic) for lightweight durability and excellent touch with minimum weight. Designed to mold to any foot shape. Special touch control treatment improves sensitivity.

Inner support TPU cage for pressure distribution.

INSOLE: Removable and anatomical perforated EVA. Anti-bacterial treatment.

OUTSOLE: Perforated Pabax with NET Breathing system that keeps water out while letting air flow. 14 integrated bladed studs.

WEIGHT: 6.2 oz.


CORTE: Material sintético suave SupreellPro3L para hacerlos ligeros y duraderos. Tecnología que mejora el control del balón. Plantilla anatómica intercambiable de espuma tipo EVA con perforaciones. SUELA: Pabex con perforaciones y sistema NET Breathing que

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