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DYE Precision Introduces All Terrain Cleats (ATC)
July 31, 2002

Features found on the DYE ATC Cleats:

COMFORT SOCK: Built-in for the ultimate ankle fit and provides a defense against debris.

PULL TABS: Micro injection tabs give you on and off ease

REINFORCED HEEL: 180 degree vertical heel reinforcement for stability and superior support.

LOGO: DYE sphere inset jewel logo.

MOLDED EVA FOAM: Traditional and durable EVA foam for lightweight and comfort.

REINFORCED TOE: Rubber coated polyurethane skin for long lasting durability.

DURA-STRETCH: Skin-like enclosure defends against the elements of dirt and water.

LOCKING ZIPPER: Rubber coated locking zipper allows easy in and out access.

CROSS HEEL STABILIZERS: Extra wide heel provides the ultimate horizontal support and stability.

RUBBER TREAD: Designed to give more control, better traction and a firm grip for all terrains.

TURF STUDS: Delivers maximum traction on varying terrain and grass like surfaces.

TOE TOOTH: Wedge cut design for quick off the line starts.

DYE LOGO: Traditional insert molded.

Available October, 2002


 


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