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Ultimate Direction-Changing Machine

It doesn't just look like the future of the game - it is the future of the game. The Spine Blur is designed to offer speed in every direction, because after all soccer is a 360 degree sport. Not just a pretty face, the Blur is also equipped with innovative wings on the side to eliminate foot roll.

UPPER: Microfiber with a lateral carbon fiber wing (yep, wing) translate into unprecedented support in a lightweight and flexible system. The Blur offers the ultimate in touch and fit.

An anatomical heel grips to limited slippage.

MIDSOLE: 4D foam for optimal comfort and reduced stud pressure. Low profile insole keeps the foot low to the ground for increased stability.

OUTSOLE: Pebax and carbon fiber for lightweight support. Conical studs for great feel.

WEIGHT: 6.25 oz.


Los botines del futuro ya están aquí. CORTE: Aleta lateral de carbono y micro fibra para brindar soporte sin precedente a través de un sistema ligero y flexible. Lo último en toque y ajuste. Agarraderas anatómicas en el talón que los mantienen en su sitio.

Rules of the Game: During a kick-off, the kicker may not touch the ball a second time until it has touched another player. Rules of the Game: A goalkeeper must wear colors that distinguish him or her from the other players, the referee and the assistant referees. CONCACAF, the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Footbal, was founded in 1961 and has 40 member associations. The Final of the 1994 World Cup was played in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The current World Cup trophy will be retired in 2038 when there is no more room for the champion's name.