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Metallic Silver Glow

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Light it up!

Lotto aspires to be different, and the Italian designers have achieved just that with this lightweight, luminescent cleat. Gray by day, and shiny silver at night, the Solista is a revolutionary shoe that will help you get noticed on the field, whether its as you zoom past defenders or make an incisive run for a pass from a teammate.

UPPER: A single piece of high-quality, soft microfiber with a smear reflector effect creates a clean, cradled fit that helps players feel the ball and gain true control. The only stitching is in the heel. Lotto also engineered the shoe to be water resistant, so it remains lightweight in any weather.

INSOLE: A comfortable removable EVA insole sits inside smooth microfiber lining. The padded tongue, which helps cushion the impact of the ball, features an embroidered musical note, the Solista symbol.

OUTSOLE: The new Lotto TX has a Puntoflex forefront groove, triangular TPU forefront studs and bladed heel studs that give you traction and the ability to accelerate or stop and turn with ease.

WEIGHT: 8.8 oz.


Lotto aspira a ser una marca diferente, y sus diseñadores italianos han logrado precisamente eso con estos botines ligeros y luminosos. Los Solista son grises durante el día y plateados durante la noche, por lo cual llamarás la atención cuando saltes a la

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