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Item #375833
  1. Extreme comfort for athletes
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Extreme comfort for athletes

The Nike Pro Women's Sports Bra is an extremely comfortable bra for the one part of our body we don't want to move.

Nike's Pro Bra is engineered for athletes who go the extra mile. Constructed with a moisture-wicking weave and Dri-FIT technology.

The compression fit supports while nylon stabilizers in the straps reduce stretch for extra support and less bounce.

Low-profile bonded seams create a smooth, streamlined look and reduce irritation caused by chafing.

Screened Nike Swoosh at center chest. 84/16 polyester/spandex with 100% polyester mesh.

Best for A, B and C cups.

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El sostén deportivo Pro Bra de Nike ha sido diseñado pensando en atletas que dejan el alma en la cancha. Hecho con tecnología Dri-FIT que repele la humedad. Insignia aplicada de Nike en el centro del pecho. 84/16 poliéster/spandex con malla de 100% poliést

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