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Take Control

Control the game from all sides - like some of the best playmakers and goalscorers in the game - with CTR360 Maestri III from Nike. The CTR360 Maestri III is designed for split-second passes and unrivaled touch.

UPPER: Next generation Kanga-Lite upper (feels like kangaroo but is lightweight and durable like a synthetic) with All Conditions Control (ACC) technology for optimal ball control at all times. With all the comfort of kangaroo leather, this unique upper material is durable as well as water-resistant. 3D control pads maximize the area where the ball comes into contact with the shoe, giving you an edge when it comes to passing and receiving.

MIDSOLE: Molded EVA insole with Poron provides a contoured arch and heel support while reducing stud pressure.

OUTSOLE: Highly responsive plate made from a combination of lightweight materials. Stud geometry is designed for the best 360-degree movement. Ideal for quick changes in direction, stops and sprints, it delivers speed in every direction. Durable TPU plate with two sizes of nylon cleats for traction. Hollow cleats and additional heel cushioning deliver increased support, while an extra flex groove aids quick transitions and an extra-small grip helps increase lateral support.

WEIGHT: 9.2 oz.


Controla el partido desde cualquier ángulo —como lo hacen algunos de los mejores futbolistas del mundo— calzando los CTR360 Maestri III de Nike. CORTE: Material Kanga-Lite de nueva generación con tecnología All Conditions Control (ACC) para controlar mejor

The most prolific goal-scorer in the North American Soccer League was Italian Giorgio Chinaglia of the New York Cosmos: 242 goals in 254 games. Liverpool came back from a 3-0 halftime deficit to beat AC Milan in penalties in the 2005 Champions League final. Liverpool came back from a 3-0 halftime deficit to beat AC Milan in penalties in the 2005 Champions League final. Hungary scored 27 goals in the 1954 World Cup, more than any other country in a single World Cup. The United States played its first-ever official international soccer match on August 20, 1916 against Sweden in Stockholm.