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Cool new youth cleat from Nike, the Tiempo Rio Interchange has interchangeable color panels. Translation? You can change the color of the Swoosh.

UPPER: Synthetic leather for durability and comfort. Lightly padded tongue for added cushioning.

MIDSOLE: EVA for lightweight padding and reduced stud pressure.

OUTSOLE: Compression-molded rubber with multi-directional studs in different lengths for traction on hard ground or turf surfaces. Flex grooves let the shoe move with your foot. WEIGHT: 7 oz.


Los botines juveniles Tiempo Rio Interchange de Nike vienen con paneles de color intercambiables, con lo cual puedes lucir un logo diferente en cada partido. CORTE: Cuero sintético para hacerlos más cómodos y duraderos. Lengüeta ligeramente acolchonada par

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