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Ultimate Control for Confident Play

The new weapon of choice for power players like Kaka, players who own the field through skill and vision.

The adiPower lets you master the ball and control the game. This is the lightest Predator ever created.

Taurus, full-grain calfskin upper for a glove-like fit.

Silicon rubber Predator technology for maximum swerve and control.

Nubuck touch heel lining and pre-molded EVA insole ensure comfort.

Inner chassis with PowerSpine in the midsole.

This PowerSpine in the forefoot creates maximum shooting power by minimizing the energy lost while shooting.

Traxion outsole with Sprint Frame construction and a new stud design for the perfect balance between light weight and stability.

WEIGHT: (7.8 oz.) Imported.


Estos botines son la nueva arma de jugadores como Kaká, que se adueñan de la cancha gracias a su visión y talento. Hechos con tecnología adiPower para dominar el balón y controlar el partido, se trata de los Predator más ligeros jamás creados. Corte de pie

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