Nike Alpha Huarache 7 Pro

$99.99

Nike Alpha Huarache 7 Pro

$99.99
Free with 1400 LAX points

LAX Pro Insights

Nike Alpha Huarache 7 Pro - Lightweight Flexibility. Built For Speed. Nike's 1st low-top lacrosse cleat.

Product Details

The Nike Alpha Huarache 7 Pro is their 1st low-top lacrosse cleat, and is lighter and faster than previous versions. The slip-on design has a comfortable fit, and a flexible traction plate lets you move at your top speed on the field. Our Pro's noticed the difference on the field because the shoe felt lighter on their foot, so they felt faster doing their sideline sprints and roll dodges. Flywire, in our opinion, unlike laces that lock down on the almost every loop, Flywire actually locks down evenly on the ENTIRE STRETCH of your upper foot and ankle. As you flex, this tension is distributed evenly and actually pulls the sole of the cleat upwards to lock you down even harder. Most cleats force you to loose speed because they have a little slip in them, but the Nike Alpha Huarache 7 Pro just bolt you down comfortably. TPU plate with triangular cleats provides ground gripping technology that is flexibility but provides multidirectional traction. The triangular cleat design is no joke. These things tear up the natural stuff. This Pro is one of our most popular choices with collegiate and high school players looking for the best ground gripping technology in the game. Made with a mesh synthetic skin overlay which is breathable, lightweight and durable. If you were a fan of 6 Pro, you are going to like the 7 Pro even better with the new redesign. The initial reviews are in form the collegiate players and these are going to be hot!

  • Mesh with a thin skin overlay is breathable, lightweight and durable.
  • The low-top design cuts weight for a comfortable fit.
  • The tongue-less slip-on design easy flexible and easy to take on and off.
  • Laces connect to Flywire cables that zig-zag across your foot to help keep you locked in.
  • TPU plate with triangular cleats provides flexibility and multidirectional traction.