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  1. Prepare for Lightspeed! 1.4 ounces
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Prepare for Lightspeed! 1.4 ounces

Nike Mercurial Lightspeed Soccer Shinguard is the next level in powerful protection that won't weigh you down! Nike is bringing some of the same technology and attention to detail than has previously been reserved solely to cleats to the guard market.

Lightweight, rigid polypropylene shell provides strength and impact protection. Designed to withstand the demands of elite level play.

Molded foam backing absorbs shock (aka the impact of a misplaced kick), while a mesh lining prevents slippage and creates ventilation.

Contoured curve design molds to leg for a better fit and feel.

Seamless Dri-FIT fabric sleeves give you a secure and strapless fit while controlling moisture.

NOCSAE certified.

1.4 oz.

51/27/12/10 polypropylene /polystyrene /polyethylene /polyester

Size Help:

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

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

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


La canillera Mercurial Lightspeed de Nike brinda protección sin añadir peso gracias a su armazón ligero y su manga que repele el sudor. Tela Dri-FIT que repele el sudor y te mantiene seco y cómodo. Diseño curveado para un mejor ajuste. Forro de espuma que

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