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Neon Lime/Black

  1. Low-Profile Protection
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Low-Profile Protection

A lightweight, slip-in shinguard for players who would rather not wear a guard at all. The J Guard from Nike is designed to offer protection without getting in your way.

Low-profile ventilated shell provides comfortable protection, anatomical left/right design is contoured for a better fit.

80/20 polyethylene/EVA.

Sizing Guide:

XS: 4'7"-4'11"

S: 4'11"-5'3"

M: 5'3"-5'7"

L: 5'7"-5'11"


Ligera y fácil de poner, la canillera J Guard de Nike fue diseñada para aquellos jugadores que prefieren no usar canilleras. Armazón delgado con ventilación que protege cómodamente, además de diseño contorneado para cada pierna. 80/20 polietileno/espuma ti

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