adidas Men's Nitrocharge 3.0 TRX FG Soccer Cleat
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Let your play do the talking on the field for you this season in the Nitrocharge 3.0. A synthetic leather upper with embedded protection pads ensures superior touch, comfort and protection. The adidas® Nitrocharge 3.0 TRX FG soccer cleat has a die-cut EVA midsole that offers maximum comfort and cushioning while a TRAXION™ FG outsole provides the breakaway speed and ground shredding traction expected from adidas®.
- Synthetic leather upper delivers unmatched comfort and ball feel while protection pads embedded in the toe help you avoid injury during tackles
- 3D print Energysling design provides elasticity and stability for enhanced movements
- Die-cut EVA sockliner and textile lining offers superior comfort and padding when it's needed most
- TRAXION™ FG outsole ensures maximum acceleration and grip on firm ground pitches
- Weight 9.1 oz. (Size 9)
Country of Origin: IndiaWeb ID: 23774196
Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by randomx a little odd at first These boots feel odd at first because they are padded in the front and side but the cushion adds extra stability and hugs your foot nicely and after a little breaking in they are great June 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by pepe13 This product has great features This product is great and amazing .I love the shoes. May 21, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bounty89 Very good soccer cleat for the price point At approximately $40 bucks I was concerned that this soccer cleats would be made of cheap material and would only last a couple of playing sessions. I have now played in these cleats well over 20+ times and they have held up perfectly. From a sizing perspective, I typically wear a size 12 in regular running shoes but had to purchase a size 11.5 in these cleats to get them to fit just right (snug but not too tight). I definitely recommend purchasing these soccer cleats if you are looking for something that is durable and at a decent price point. Not to mention that they don't actually look have bad for cleats priced at $40. All in all well worth the money! April 22, 2014
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