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Recover Quick and Get Back in the Game!

Recuperate from your workout with this Recovery L Tight from adidas! This tight has ClimaCool technology with ventilation behind the knees, in the crotch and on the back of the pant. The adidas 3-Stripe logo is screen-printed on the left leg.

71/29 nylon/elastane. Imported.


Recupérate tras el entrenamiento con estas pantimedias TechFit Recovery L de adidas. Hechas con la tecnología ClimaCool que incluye ventilación en la parte trasera de las rodillas, la entrepierna y la parte trasera. Logotipo de adidas impreso en la pierna

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