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Pure Soccer

Keep your game pure on the pitch with the adiPure 11 Pro. This lightweight boot offers the flex and stability you need on the field combined with the perfect amount of power.

Full-grain, soft Taurus calf leather upper for durability, low water uptake and a glove-like fit.

Anatomically molded EVA insole with flex zones for optimum balance. Soft synthetic-leather suede lining provides added comfort.

Traxion 2.0 stud configuration utilizes dual-cushioning studs with internal anti-shock tubes to give you the best traction on firm, natural surfaces. Better traction means more speed.

Sprintframe construction for lightweight stability.

Compatible with micoach Speed_Cell that fits inside the insole to track your stats and makes this the smartest boot on the planet. Sold separately. The miCoach SPEED_CELL is available for Mac/PC - item# 27908 or iPhone/iPod - item #42038. NOTE: miCoach is not compatible with iPhone 5.

WEIGHT: 8.2 oz.


Mantén la pureza de tu fútbol con los botines adiPure 11 Pro. Estos botines son ligeros y te brindan la estabilidad y flexibilidad que necesitas en la cancha, además de la potencia ideal. CORTE: Cuero entero de ternera Taurus que ajusta perfectamente, los

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