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  1. Prepare for Combat!
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Prepare for Combat!

Lightweight, low-profile protection. This compression short has anti-friction abrasion-resistant panels that prevent the shorts from bunching and reduce friction burns.

Slightly thicker shock-absorbing panels to soften impact.

Front mesh gusset and rear mesh panel for breathability.

Dri-FIT technology keeps you cool and fresh.

Flat and strategically placed seams are designed to reduce irritation from chafing.

The Nike Swoosh logo is on the right leg.

Spandex for enhanced range of motion.

Flat waistband won't dig in.

6" inseam (size medium).

84/16 polyester/spandex.


Gana fuerza en la cancha con este short Hyperstrong Slider de Nike. Este short elástico viene con paneles resistentes a raspaduras que previenen quemaduras por fricción. Tecnología Dri-FIT que te mantiene seco y fresco cuando calientan las acciones. Logoti

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