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Experience the Miracle!

Ronaldo inspires strong feelings in fans - love him or hate him - you have to admire and respect his skills. The version of the Mercurial Miracle has Nike's heart logo that symbolizes a love of a winning with an X through it to represent a hatred of losing.

UPPER: Lightweight Teijin synthetic leather upper for an excellent feel on the ball. A contoured speed last delivers a glove like fit.

MIDSOLE: Perforated sockliner with synthetic top cloth mimics the natural shape of the foot with low-profile cushioning for maximum comfort.

OUTSOLE: Full-length lightweight TPU outsole provides explosive acceleration while optimizing multi-directional grip and traction. For use on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 8.2 oz.


Los aficionados aman y odian a Ronaldo en proporciones iguales. Sin embargo, nadie puede negar que es un futbolista con gran talento. Esta nueva versión de los botines Miracle de Nike vienen con un logotipo en el talón que representa estos sentimientos enc

Rules of the Game: A free kick awarded to the defending team inside its own goal area can be taken from any point within the goal area. Rules of the Game: A goalkeeper must wear colors that distinguish him or her from the other players, the referee and the assistant referees. The team sponsored by Bethlehem Steel won four out of the first six US Open Cup tournaments- 1915, '16, '18 and '19. 199,854 people filled Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro to watch the 1950 World Cup final between Brazil and Uruguay. Columbus Crew Stadium, opened in 1999, was the first major soccer specific stadium in the U.S..