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  1. Pick up the pace!
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Pick up the pace!

Nike's new design created for Cristiano Ronaldo. Inspired by the Supernova, this shoe celebrates the brightest star on the field and in the sky.

Lightweight shoe for the quick pace of turf play, the Victory offers exceptional traction, cushioning and control.

UPPER: Soft, supple synthetic leather for a comfortable fit and feel. Contoured last mirrors foot shape for a molded fit.

MIDSOLE: Contoured sockliner provides cushioning and helps reduces stud pressure.

Phylon midsole for lightweight cushioning and comfort.

OUTSOLE: Molded rubber with innovative Vapor traction pattern for speed on artificial turf surfaces.

Outsole wraps around the upper for durability in high-wear areas.

WEIGHT: 9.0 oz.


Estos botines fueron creados por Nike para Cristiano Ronaldo. Su diseño captura el poder y la concentración que caracterizan al portugués. Los botines Victory son ligeros para ajustarse al ritmo del fútbol de salón y además brindan tracción, acolchonamient

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