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Control the Ball

Control and passing pace are key to winning games. This boot delivers both.

UPPER: Kanga-Lite synthetic leather mirrors the properties of natural kangaroo leather, while offering durability in an easy to care for upper material.

Innovative built-in features like dampening pods and asymmetrical lacing deliver maximum ball control and optimal passing-pace.

INSOLE: High performance, molded sockliner with Poron low profile cushioning delivers great under the foot comfort.

OUTSOLE: Innovative dual density forefoot to allow an enhanced ball to cleat interface. Unique cleat geometry for maximum traction and stability.


Para ganar partidos hay que tener control y precisión al pasar. Estos botines te brindan ambas cosas. Para uso en terrenos firmes. CORTE: Cuero sintético Kanga-Lite que emula las propiedades de la piel de canguro natural, pero resulta en un corte más durad

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