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Why are soccer shoes designed for straight ahead speed when our game is all about cutting and crossing. With the Blur, Under Armour changes the way we think about soccer speed. Light enough to outrun anything, but stable and secure enough for a full match of starting, stopping, cutting, escaping and full-on attacking.

UPPER: Perforated lightweight performance microfiber for optimal breathability and moisture control.

MIDSOLE: UA's Micro G cushioning and 4D foam forms to the foot and provides optimal comfort while reducing cleat pressure.

Anti-bacterial footbed increases stability and adds shock absorption.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight PEBAX outsole features a lateral outrigger to provide support for quick directional changes. Outrigger also allows for wider forefoot cleat placement, enhancing underfoot stability.

WEIGHT: 8.6 oz.


Los botines Blur de Under Armour han sido diseñados pensando en el fútbol lateral, donde los cortes y cruces definen los partidos. CORTE: Micro fibra ligera con perforaciones que controla la humedad y permite la ventilación. Plantilla acolchonada Micro G y

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