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Advanced Tech for a Top Flight Performance

The most advanced technology meets the highest performance in this professional level cleat from Diadora.

UPPER: Ultra-soft, kangaroo leather with Touch Control on the forefoot for an enhanced first touch. Extended fold-over tongue for improved strike zone. Touch Counter heel support for improved grip and ball control at the back of the shoe.

MIDSOLE: Removable anatomically shaped EVA insole for shock absorption and comfort. Perforated NET Breathing System provides additional ventilation for the foot.

OUTSOLE: Multi-density PU outsole with 14 fixed studs for optimum traction. Synthetic fiber net and breathable, waterproof membrane improve breathability while keeping the shoe clean and dry. Bi-density Axeler system improves forefoot propulsion and ensures maximum stability on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 10.6 oz.


La tecnología más avanzada se combina con el más alto rendimiento en estos botines profesionales de Diadora. CORTE: Piel de canguro ultra suave con tecnlogía Touch Control en la punta para un mejor toque. Lengüeta plegable para una zona de impacto más ampl

Rules of the Game: For FIFA matches, the ball should weigh not more than 450 g (16 oz) and not less than 410 g (14 oz) at the start of the match. The mascot for the 1998 FIFA World Cup in France was a cockerel (or rooster) named Footix. The 1970 and 1986 World Cups were held in Mexico. The U.S. Women's National Team's top two career goal scorers, Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly, were teammates at the University of North Carolina. 199,854 people filled Maracana Stadium in Rio de Janeiro to watch the 1950 World Cup final between Brazil and Uruguay.