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Pure SOCCER.COM Exclusive!

Play pure soccer with the 11Pro TRX FG from adidas. They are the ultimate threat to your opponents' posts. This cleat combines the comforts of kangaroo with the technology to enhance durability in an incredibly light package.

Newly developed full-grain kangaroo leather forefoot creates a glove like fit. Synthetic perforated heel panel offers incredibly durability and breathability.

360 degree Support Saddle is an ultra-thin anatomically shaped saddle with functional 3-Stripes for excellent midfoot stability.

Highly durable ultra-thin DuraCoating protects the soft, premium kangaroo leather in the main kicking area.

Anatomically molded, perforated EVA insole with flex zones in the forefoot for optimal fit and comfort.

TPU injected outsole with Traxion 2.0 stud configuration for maximum acceleration and traction on the field. SprintFrame construction provides perfect balance between light weight and stability.

The outsole wraps up around the heel for a stability and a secure in-shoe feel.

miCoach compatible to make this one of the smartest boots on the market. (miCoach SPEED_CELL sold separately). For iPhone/iPod #42038, for Mac/PC #29708.

Comes with comfort sockliners, shoe bag and additional neon laces.

WEIGHT: 6.6 oz.


Juega el fútbol más puro con los 11Pro TRX FG de adidas. Estos botines son duraderos, ligeros y cómodos, parte esencial de tu fútbol. CORTE: Nuevo cuero entero de ternera Taurus que ajusta como guante. Montura Support Saddle ultra delgada y aplicada a 360

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