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Summit White/Fireberry/Metallic Silver/White

  1. Lightweight comfort.
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Lightweight comfort.

The natural feel of the Tiempo delivers undeniable comfort and ball control when it's time to hit the field. Metallic Swoosh adds a touch of style.

UPPER: Natural leather for comfort and ball feel. Suede toe cap for added durability in a high action spot. Quilted upper further enhances touch.

INSOLE: Three-quarter length phylon with recycled EVA sockliner.

OUTSOLE: Articulated gum rubber with unique traction pods and a herringbone pattern. For use on indoor surfaces.

WEIGHT: 9.8 oz.


Nos encanta calzar los Tiempo cuando saltamos a la cancha. CORTE: Cuero natural suave para un excelente contacto con el balón. Plantilla de espuma tipo EVA reciclada para mayor comodidad y soporte. SUELA: Hule con articulaciones y ranuras para mejor tracci

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