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Trace Blue/Anthracite/Cyber/Volt

  1. Blow past the opposition
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Blow past the opposition

Nike's lightest boot is the epitome of speed and technical precision.

Nike Flywire technology incorporated into the soft teijin synthetic upper reduces weight, adjusts to the foot, provides support and increases ball feel.

Flywire technology integrates nylon fibers into the upper holds foot in place, reducing slippage during game play.

The neon details not only look cool, but they make it easy for teammates to find you on the field.

Foam heel collar has a sticky coating that helps provide a snug, secure fit.

Lightweight, perforated sockliner delivers low profile cushioning and support while reducing stud pressure.

Ultra lightweight and exceptionally strong, the carbon composite chassis delivers lightning speed and outstanding support while further decreasing weight.

Unique vapor traction pattern and direct injected dual density heel studs give stability, easy cutting and explosive acceleration.

Two Nike sense studs extend in softer ground, delivering extra grip and enhanced agility for faster speed.

Weight: 7.8 oz.


Los botines más ligeros de Nike combinan lo máximo en velocidad y precisión técnica. La tecnología Flywire de Nike ha sido incorporada al corte de material sintético para reducir su peso, brindar soporte y mejorar el tacto al balón. Chasis de carbono refor

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