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Diadora's DD-Eleven GLX 14 is designed for an unbeatable first touch, comfort and breathability.

UPPER: Ultra-soft kangaroo leather. Enhanced with Touch Control for a great first touch. Extended fold-over tongue. Touch Counter heel support for improved grip, ball control.

INSOLE: Removable, anatomically-shaped, perforated insole. Breathable, made of EVA elastomer for improved shock absorption.

OUTSOLE: 14 studs, polyurethane. Synthetic fiber net and breathable, water-proof membrane improve breathability will keeping mud, water and debris out of the shoe. Bi-density Axeler system for better forefoot propulsion and stability.

10.0 ounces.


Los Diadora DD-Eleven GLX 14 han sido diseñados para brindar toque, comodidad y ventilación inmejorables. CORTE: Piel de canguro ultra suave mejorada con la tecnología Touch Control para un excelente toque inicial. Lengüete plegable extendida y base Touch

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