adidas Men's Freefootball JaneirinhaSala Germany Indoor Soccer Shoe
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Show your loyalty for your favorite country in the Freefootball JaneirinhaSala. A canvas upper with abrasion resistant suede overlays ensures unmatched durability, comfort and protection while a mesh lining offers maximum lightweight breathability. The adidas® Freefootball JaneirinhaSala soccer shoe has a non-marking vulcanized rubber indoor outsole that delivers a low profile, flexibility and traction whether it's for sport or casual use.
- Canvas upper with abrasion resistant suede overlays delivers enhanced durability and protection
- Mesh liner provides unmatched breathability to keep your feet cool dry and comfortable at all times
- Vulcanized rubber outsole ensures a low profile feel , added flexibility and maximum grip on indoor surfaces or during casual use
- Weight 7.8 oz
Country of Origin: ImportedWeb ID: 29983886
Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by fawls13 I Like These Shoes I haven't used them for indoor yet...I probably never will because I'm old and I have little kids :( However, it wasn't that long ago that I did play indoor and I would recommend these shoes based on experience and knowledge. They are low and stable, lighter than my leather indoor shoes and have the same amount of cushioning (or lack thereof) as any other indoor shoe. Probably not exceptional striker shoes given their shape, but I don't think that any indoor shoes I've seen compare with outdoor cleats for taking shots. I wear these as everyday shoes and they are fine for that. The size seems a little more narrow than usual for Adidas (still fit in my usual size just a little tighter around the front). I can run in them on the cushioned outdoor track at the nearby university or on the grass at home very comfortably as well as on the treadmill. They seem well made (but are still new) and look good enough...I had wanted a change from the mainly black indoor shoes I'd been buying. These offered that change (I got the white/Germany ones) without being too wildly colored. If I were younger I might have gone for bolder color but at 50 it's time to get a little more conservative...at 80 I'll head back to the louder colors. September 15, 2014
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