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Volt/Metallic Gold Coin/Black/Hyper Punch

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Premium comfort, amplified texture for ball feel, and 360 degree rotational agility.

UPPER: The Opus uses an amazingly soft yet durable imitation leather known as Kangalite with a cushioning performance microfiber mesh (which is the pink and deep purple hexagonal shapes you can see on the forefoot and midfoot). Kangalite was previously used on the beloved CTR360 Maestri.

Nike's All Conditions Control (ACC) Technology on the upper delivers excellent touch in both wet and dry conditions.

Nikeskin technology is a 1mm thick flexible membrane on the upper that increases durability and offers a waterproof coating.

MIDSOLE: Lightweight perforated sock liner with textile top cloth mirrors the natural foot shape and creates low-profile cushioning.

OUTSOLE: Compressed nylon and Pebax combine through an anatomical design to work naturally with the foot, while conical studs help enable rotational agility. This Pebax/nylon combination is known for its durable yet lightweight properties.

Conical stud shape is designed to optimize turning in tight areas and quick ground release.

WEIGHT: 8 oz.


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