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Perfect for Practice

Lightweight and flexible, these shorts are our new favorites. Perfect for practice and training, this short has an elastic drawstring waistband, PUMA cat screened on the left leg and slight slits on the sides of both legs. Dry Cell technology controls sweat. Inseam: 3.5" on size small.


Este short de PUMA es ligero y flexible, ideal para entrenar. Viene con cintura elástica con cordón, logotipo de PUMA aplicado en la pierna izquieda y ranuras en los costados de ambas piernas. Tecnología Dry Cell que controla el sudor. Tiro 3.5” en talla s

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