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Item #145964
  1. The Ultimate Shinguard!
  2. $199.99
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The Ultimate Shinguard!

This guard was designed to protect Francesco Totti's broken leg leading up to Italy's victorious World Cup 2006 campaign.

Developed by the Diadora Research Center which enabled Totti to return to action earlier than anticipated from his injury. The self wrapping shell is composed of seven layers of Kevlar and fiberglass providing an extremely lightweight, low profile fit while ensuring maximum protection for the professional level player. Coolmax fabric backing wicks away moisture keeping the lower leg cool during matches.

Totti's million dollar leg needed the ultimate protection and now that same protection is available to you, too.

- Lightweight, low profile front plate

- Combination polypropylene and carbon fiber shell

- Coolmax lining for comfort

Made in Italy.


Protección creada específicamente para Francesco Totti para asistirlo durante su lesión sufrida antes de la copa del mundo 2006. La canillera esta compuesta de 7 capas de Kevlar y concha de fibra de carbono haciéndola extremadamente ligera, pequeña y asegu

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