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Messi

  1. 2.2 oz. of Protection
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2.2 oz. of Protection

With a designed inspired by Messi's fast, aggressive F50 cleat design, the F50 Pro Lite Shinguard offers lightweight, flexible protection.

Light and flexible shield for great protection that doesn't get in the way of your performance.

Slip-in strapless construction keeps weight to a minimum.

Compression sleeves not only offer a low profile, secure fit - they also help improve blood flow and circulation.

Soft synthetic lining for comfort.

Optimized fit design to mold to both legs.

Polypropylene shell absorbs impact.

EVA backing cushions and doesn't irritate skin.

NOCSAE approved.

Size help:

Height 3'6" to 3'11" = XS

Height 3'11" to 4'7" = S

Height 4'7" to 5'3" = M

Height 5'3" to 5'11" = L

Height 5'11" to 6'7" = XL


Las canilleras F50 Pro Lite de adidas vienen con un armazón ligero y flexible, además de que ofrecen excelente protección que no limita tu estilo de juego. Diseño sin correas para hacerlas más ligeras, con manga elástica que fomenta el flujo sanguíneo haci

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