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  1. Part of Nike's Clash Collection
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Part of Nike's Clash Collection

This version of Nike's Junior CTR360 Libretto II FG is part of Nike's Clash Collection, designed to look like the boots worn by some of the best in the game this summer as they compete to rule Europe.

Take control of the game and dominate from sideline to sideline with the Nike Junior CTR360 Libretto II FG.

UPPER: Full-grain leather forefoot for superior ball feel.

MIDSOLE: Die-cut EVA sockliner.

OUTSOLE: Unique cleat geometry for maximum traction and stability.

WEIGHT: 7.6 oz.


Controla el partido de lado a lado con con los CTR360 Libretto FG II Junior de Nike. CORTE: Punta de cuero entero para un tacto superior del balón. Calceta interior ajustada de espuma tipo EVA. SUELA: La geometría de sus tacos te brindan la máxima tracción

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