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Total Orange/White/Sequoia

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Speed & Precision

Innovation for the turf, Nike's Bomba Finale II delivers excellent all-around touch, ball feel and agility. It's lighter, thinner, softer and more flexible than it's predecessor.

UPPER: One piece of performance mesh is fused with Nike PU skins to create a close-to-the-foot fit that's snugger, thinner and softer than traditional uppers.

NikeSkin has been enhanced with ACC technology for ultimate ball control in all weather conditions.

Also the shot shield has been replaced with a rubber grid to add grip and durability while reducing weight. Asymmetrical lacing increases the strike zone.

A ballistic mesh quarter with inner support bands offers fit, strength and stability.

MIDSOLE: Low profile EVA for reduced pressure and contoured arch and heel support.

OUTSOLE: TPU and rubber for outstanding agility. Conical studs for quick rotation are at the heel and forefoot, while oblong studs offer traction and stability.

There's a deep groove between the two stud shapes in the forefoot to enhance control and make for a more responsive shoe in tight play.

Sculpted for underfoot ball control.

WEIGHT: 9.4 oz.


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