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Nike Tiempo Legend 10 Pro

Firm-Ground Low-Top Soccer Cleats


Highly Rated
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Hyper Turquoise/Fuchsia Dream/Black
Black/Hyper Royal/Chrome
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Even Legends find ways to evolve. Made for those serious about their game, the latest iteration of these Pro cleats has all-new FlyTouch Pro engineered leather. Softer than natural leather, it conforms to your foot and works with All Conditions Control (a grippy texture even in wet weather), so you can dictate the pace of your game. Lighter and sleeker than any other Tiempo to date, the Legend 10 is for any position on the field, whether you're sending a pinpoint pass through the defense or tracking back to stop a breakaway.

  • Shown: Black/Hyper Royal/Chrome
  • Style: DV4333-040

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Reviews (11)

4.6 Stars

  • Julian Alvarez - Nov 18, 2023

    Great show but runs really small. Size up atleast a half size!

  • Great Tiempo update!

    JohnK123304699 - Nov 06, 2023

    Very comfortable right out of the box. Good fit for my foot shape and great lockdown. I was nervous trying a synthetic tiempo but was pleasantly surprised with great touches and feel the first time out. And I love the carryover sole plate from the legend 9s. Overall the legend 10s still feel like a tiempo but one with a very nice tech update. Very pleased overall.

  • As a soccer cleat, it's good. As a Tiempo, it's not.

    SteveL618318292 - Nov 05, 2023

    This boot is NOT a replacement for the Tiempo. The reason I wore Tiempos (starting with the 6) is that I have a foot that is slightly wider than a D width, but not a 2E. In a lot of soccer shoes, if you want the right width and have a slightly wide foot, you have to go up a half size -- which then throws off your touch because of the extra space in the toe. Not so in the Tiempo before now. You just let the leather conform to your foot and away you go! The problem is not just that the boot no longer uses leather. It's that it's a physically narrower and lower volume shoe than the last 3 iterations AND the materials it's made out of doesn't stretch/break in like leather. If you have a D width foot, this shoe will be a little tight, but probably really good once it breaks in. B width should be good. If you've been using the Tiempo because you have a wide foot, you'll need to look elsewhere. I thought I was misremembering shoe sizes -- or that I'd stretched out my Tiempo 9s. So I bought a new pair of 9s to compare to the 10s. The 10s are just physically narrower and lower volume. So, I'm probably going to the 442 pros or a synthetic boot that comes in widths.