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Messi

  1. Lateral quickness changes games.
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Lateral quickness changes games.

This color was created to honor the great Lionel Messi and has his name subtly running across the side.

Optimize your lateral quickness, acceleration and handling with the new adidas F10. This is the Future Stars version of the affordable F10 cleat.

UPPER: Synthetic is lightweight, durable and easy to clean.

INSOLE: EVA insole molds to the foot for comfort, while agion technology fights bacterial growth and odors. agion technology means opening the gym bag won't be quite as deadly.

Cushioned heel padding for added comfort and a reduced chance of blisters.

OUTSOLE: TPU plate with a modified Traxion FG stud layout for a great grip on the field for speed without slippage. For use on firm, natural surfaces. WEIGHT: 6.8 oz.


Mejora tu velocidad y acerleración por los costados con los nuevos adidas F10. CORTE: Cuero sintético que es ligero y fácil de limpiar con cordones asimétricos. Plantilla ajustada de espuma tipo EVA para mayor comodidad; tecnología AgION que combate el cre

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