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  1. Speed & Comfort
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Speed & Comfort

Speed and comfort for small-sided play. The Lunargato II offers great all around ball touch on hardwood, the street, concrete and other surfaces. The Lunar Gato II is even lighter than its predecessor.

UPPER: Incredibly soft goat leather that's quilted for touch and ball control with hyperfused mesh panels for support and breathability. The extremely soft leather eliminates break-in time, while the fused mesh panels lock the foot in place. Regrind rubber on the toe enhances durability. Designed to hug foot with a tight fit.

MIDSOLE: Nike's Lunarlon absorbs energy and returns to feet for added bounce and premium underfoot cushioning. Lunarlon absorbs the stress of playing on hard courts and the street.

Split forefoot midsole lets the Lunar Gato move with the foot.

OUTSOLE: Durable, non-marking rubber with reduced thickness and a forefoot groove for increased agility and flexibility. Traction pattern for underfoot ball control.

WEIGHT: 8.6 oz.


Velocidad y comodidad para partidos en canchas bajo techo. Los botines Lunargato II te ayudan a controlar el balón desde cualquier ángulo. CORTE: Piel de cabra extremadamente suave para un mejor toque y control del balón con paneles de malla para soporte y

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