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The Pinnacle of Protection

Nike's Mercurial Blade brings the technology of race cars and jet planes to shin protection. This is the ultimate in shinguard technology for those who demand the best in protection that won't get in the way.

Featuring an ultra-thin shell engineered to withstand the demands of the elite-level game, the Nike Mercurial Blade Soccer Shin Guard ensures maximum performance with a Guard Lock sleeve and impact-resistant protective foam.

Shell is the incredibly light, incredibly strong Carbon Fiber composite.

Dual layer poron foam backing disperses energy upon impact.

Laser-etched foam channels sweat away from the shin for a secure, comfortable fit.

Anatomical left and right design that is engineered to fit the contour of each leg.

Seamless sleeve with an anatomical design, elastic cuff and directional stretch for the ultimate fit.

2.8 oz.

NOCSAE certified.

Sizing help:

Height 4'7" to 4'11" = XS

Height 4'11" to 5'3" = S

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

Height 5'7" to 5'11" = L

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


La canillera Mercurial Blade de Nike incorpora tecnologías usadas en autos de carreras y aviones tipo jet a tu protección. Armazón increíblemente ligero hecho de fibra de carbono. Forro de doble capa de espuma para dispersar mejor los impactos. Canales cre

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