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Atomic Teal/Fiberglass/Dark Atomic Teal/Melon Tint

  1. We step up the pace in Nike
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We step up the pace in Nike

Nike's Women's Mercurial Victory IV FG is a lightweight cleat for the ideal combo of speed and performance. Eye-catching dot pattern on the upper for a bold look.

UPPER: Soft and supple synthetic leather offers a great feel on the ball.

MIDSOLE: Contoured sockliner delivers low-profile cushioning and optimum comfort.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU for explosive acceleration combined with exceptional multi-directional grip and traction. Texture pattern at toe for take-off speed and added grip. For use on firm, natural surfaces. WEIGHT: 6.8 oz.


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