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Bold shoe from Warrior delivers a solid performance with an incredibly lightweight outsole design.

UPPER: Durable, superlight one-piece microfiber with an eye-catching rubber arrowhead design on the forefoot for enhanced ball control. These angled PU injected fins offer unrivaled swerve, accuracy and power. Off-center, low profile lacing creates a large strike zone.

MIDSOLE: Lightweight, contoured arrowhead cushioning footbed. HeelShield heel counter. Stitch-free inner for zero abrasion and ultimate comfort.

OUTSOLE: Pebax with carbon fiber inserts for minimal weight and maximum strength. Clear forefoot bladed studs for a unique look and incredible traction on firm, natural surfaces.

WEIGHT: 7.4 oz.


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