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teijin is lighter k leather is better for touch and accuraccy

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Q: What is the difference between Teijin leather and kangaroo leather for the nike total 90 laser II?
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What is the difference between Teijin leather and calf leather for the nike total 90 strike III?

Teijin leather is hard to explain but as far as I can describe it almost feels like sharkskin you can feel it in top grade Nike mercurial vapor 8 and calf leather is like most leather cleats

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Teijin was created in 1918.

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