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Support Project Pink for a Good Cause!

Project Pink is a program designed to raise funds and awareness towards breast cancer through collaboration with some of the world's best female soccer players!

This short has a Project Pink design with wide flat elastic waist and outer drawcord. USP moisture management technology keeps us cool and dry when the competition heats up!

100% of profits go towards breast cancer charities as decided by PUMA fans.

3" inseam on a size small. 100% polyester. Imported.

100% of PUMA's profits from the sale of PUMA Project Pink gear go towards a breast cancer charity chosen by fans on PUMA's website.


PUMA y la WPS se han unido para apoyar una importante causa con el lanzamiento de Project Pink (Proyecto Rosa), programa diseñado para recaudar fondos y crear conciencia para combatir el cáncer de seno, ayudado por algunas de las mejores futbolistas del mu

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