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For future stars - created with the help of Pele himself. Seamless, durable calfskin leather for an excellent fit and ball control.

UPPER: Seamless, durable calfskin leather hugs the foot for an excellent fit and ball control. Save the heel panel, the entire upper is covered in Dual Friction Technology which delivers the perfect grip on the ball in dry or wet conditions.

INSOLE: EVA for comfort and cushioning. 5 mm rise reduces pressure on the Achilles tendon and calf muscle.

OUTSOLE: Triple injection molded PU with pressure dispersion channels for reduced pressure. Studs are L-shaped for an excellent grip and quick release when you rotate on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9 oz.


Esta nueva línea de botines ha sido creada con la ayuda de Pelé. La firma de Pelé viene en la lengüeta y en el talón. CORTE: Piel de ternera sin costuras abraza tus pies para un excelente ajuste y control del balón. Olvídate de paneles en el talón: todo el

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