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Sail/Gym Red/Gold Leaf/Dark Obsidian

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Celebrate 100 years of American soccer.

Pay tribute to the USA with the Nike5 Gato Leather USA 100. Not only is the shoe navy and white, there's a USA Centennial badge on the tongue, insole and outsole. This Centennial badge features thirteen stars and thirteen stripes, representing the original 13 US colonies.

The clear rubber outsole also has an American flag design. Lightweight cushioning meets patriotic pride with Nike!

UPPER: Comfortable leather with suede toe cap that extends across the medial side for durability.

INSOLE: Soccer-specific cushioning technology for comfort.

OUTSOLE: Articulated gum rubber for non-marking traction and flexibility.

For use on indoor surfaces. WEIGHT: 9.8 oz.


Apoya a Estados Unidos con los Gato Leather USA 100 de Nike5. Además de venir en tonos azul y blanco, viene con un escudo de Estados Unidos en la lengüeta, plantilla y suela. La suela de hule transparente incluye además un gráfico con la bandera de Estados

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