The Tiempo 94’s black leather vamp andquilted stitching is accentuated by suedeoverlays for a touch of timeless class.
Exposed flex grooves on the sole, designedto encourage natural motion and provideincreased comfort, blend new technologywith traditional craft.
The tongue features classic TiempoPremier details on the underside andcan be removed for an alternate look.
A premium gum cup-sole has been fitted witha Phylon drop-in for lightweight cushioning.
Label him too nice. Gerard Piquédoesn’t mind. He cares aboutwinning – which he’s donein two countries for twoclubs. The only thingbigger than Piqué’ssmile is his resume.
You think he’s too young. Raphael Varane knowsbetter. He turned pro at nine. He’s proveddoubters wrong his whole life. Call him whatyou want. But he’s anything but too young.
Say he’s shy. Call him quiet.Sergio Ramos doesn’t mind.He’d rather let hisplay do the talking.
13 years of professional play. Seven FA Cups,three Premier League titles, one European Cupand one Super Cup. Ashley Cole should besatisfied. He should be done. But he’s not.
WHERE IT ALL BEGAN
1994 marks the summer that soccer became football in the United States. Ten players took tothe pitch in Pasadena, Calif., in a boot from a then fledgling football brand.The boot was the Tiempo. Almost 20 years since that summer, the Tiempo hasbecome a hallmark for leadership, rebellion, and confidence onthe pitch and today, makes its off-pitch debutin the form of the Tiempo 94.