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Comfort & Cushioning

Supreme fit and lasting comfort, the Nike Tiempo Mystic enhances ball control when the action heats up. The Mystic is cushioned in all the right places and delivers incredible lightweight support.

Soft full-grain natural leather for comfort and ball feel. Quilted at the toe for precise dribbling, passing and strikes.

Suede toe cap for added durability.

Anatomically contoured full-length phylon midsole with high-density recycled EVA sockliner. The EVA sockliner has an enhanced heel cup and arch support for superb impact protection when the action intensifies.

Inner TPU heel counter locks down the foot so there's no wiggle room for error when accurate cuts and strikes are vital to the win.

Multi-directional turf rubber outsole with forefoot flex grooves and pivot point for optimal traction in every direction.

For use on synthetic turf and hard, natural surfaces. WEIGHT: 10.6 oz.


CORTE: Cuero entero suave que brinda comodidad y un tacto más natural con el balón. Suela media de phylon anatómicamente moldeada con calceta interior gruesa de espuma tipo EVA reciclada. SUELA: Tacos multidireccionales con ranuras para flexibilidad en la

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