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Teijin synthetic microfiber upper adjusts to the shape of the foot for maximum comfort and a precision fit.

Design delivers high contrast visibility for split-second teammate decision-making and accurate passing.

Light and strong, Tepex glass composite chassis delivers lightning speed and superior support.

Unique Vapor traction pattern and direct injected dual density heel studs for rock-steady stability and explosive acceleration.

WEIGHT: 8 oz.


Corte de micro fibra sintética de Teijin que se ajusta a la forma del pie para brindarte la máxima comodidad y un ajuste preciso. Su diseño contrastante permite que tus compañeros de equipo te identifiquen fácilmente. Su chasis de fibra de vidrio Tepex es ligero y fuerte, brindando mayor velocidad y soporte superior. Patrón único de tracción Vapor y tacos de doble densidad inyectados para gran estabilidad y aceleración explosiva. PESO: (8 oz)

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