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  1. Advanced Protection for Aggressive Play
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Advanced Protection for Aggressive Play

One of the most advanced shinguards on the field, adidas' F50 Techfit 12 are made to brush off every tackle and keep players moving full speed ahead. With the premium protection of adidas' F50's, welcome all challengers with confidence.

The F50's lightweight shield molds to the leg delivering protection that won't get in the way of performance.

The F50's engineered TechFit compression sleeve not only delivers a secure fit, it also supports blood flow. Built-in PowerWeb support amplifies natural leg movements.

When designing the F50, adidas tested over 90,000 shinguards to create the perfect size range, guaranteeing a comfortable fit.

Bonded seams ensure a chaff-free fit.

83/15/2 acetate/polyethylene/other.

NOCSAE approved.

Size help:

S: 4'7" to 5'2"

M: 5'3" to 5'9"

L: 5'10" to 6'1"

XL - over 6'1">


Ajuste optimizado gracias a sus mangas elásticas que mejoran el flujo sanguíneo. Armazón ligero y flexible. Soporte PowerWeb. 83/15/2 acetato/polietileno/otros.

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