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This version of Nike's Junior Mercurial Victory III IC is part of Nike's Clash Collection, designed to look like the boots worn by some of the best in the game this summer as they compete to rule Europe.

Achieve victory on the court with this lightweight indoor shoe from Nike.

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

MIDSOLE: Cushioned EVA Nike Junior support sockliner is designed for young players and provides added arch support and comfort.

OUTSOLE: Molded rubber outsole with Vapor traction pattern for the best grip on the court. For use on indoor surfaces.

WEIGHT: 6.2 oz.


Nike te brinda los botines que necesitas para lograr la victoria en la duela. CORTE: Cuero sintético suave para un excelente tacto al balón. Calceta interior acolchonada diseñada para jugadores juveniles que brinda mayor soporte en el arco y comodidad. SUE

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