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Take Control

Control the game from all sides with CTR360 Maestri III from Nike. Designed for pinpoint passing and deadly touch during match play. Designed with insights from elite athletes, the Nike CTR360 Maestri III features a refined upper and raised control pads for enhanced touch and control even when it's wet. Like the name implies, the CTR360 delivers 360 degrees of ball control.

UPPER: Next generation Kanga-Lite upper with All Conditions Control (ACC) technology for optimal ball control at all times (both wet and dry weather). Kanga-Lite offers the fit and feel of kangaroo leather with the lightweight durability of a synthetic.

3D control pads (raised pods and fins on the instep) maximize the area where the ball comes into contact with the shoe, giving you an edge when it comes to passing and receiving.

MIDSOLE: Molded EVA insole with Poron provides a contoured arch and heel support while reducing stud pressure.

OUTSOLE: Highly responsive plate made from a combination of lightweight materials for quicker ground penetration and release. Stud geometry is designed for the best 360 degree movement.

WEIGHT: 9.2 oz.


Controla el partido desde cualquier ángulo calzando los CTR360 Maestri III de Nike. CORTE: Material Kanga-Lite de nueva generación con tecnología All Conditions Control (ACC) para controlar mejor el balón. Almohadillas tridimensionales que mejoran el contr

Nike was founded in 1962. The company was originally called Blue Ribbon Sports. Rules of the Game: During penalty kicks to determine the winner of a match, the goalkeeper who is the teammate of the kicker must remain on the field of play, outside the penalty area in which the kicks are being taken, and on the goal line where it meets Soccer was first played as an official Olympic competition in 1908. Great Britain won the Gold that year. The Final of the 1994 World Cup was played in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California. The Netherlands' Ernie Brandt is the only man to score a goal for both teams in a World Cup game, accomplishing the feat in 1978.