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  1. Protection with Brazilian flair
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Protection with Brazilian flair

Looking for lightweight protection that won't get in the way? Nike's Mercurial Lite Shinguard is a low profile protective shell that's bonded to a dense, cushioning foam. It's cushioning protection that won't weigh you down. Dri-FIT sleeves create a secure fit and moisture control.

Inspired by five-time FIFA World Cup champion Brazil, this bright and bold shinguard has Brazil's soccer federation's team crest screened on the front.

Comfortable protection thanks to a low profile shell with bonded foam backing. It feels great next the to the skin and effectively diffuses impact.

Dri-FIT fabric sleeves for a strapless fit and moisture control

Left and right guard are contoured for a better fit

Brushed poly lining for soft feel

NOCSAE certified

Sizing help:

Height 4'7" to 4'11" = XS

Height 4'11" to 5'3" = S

Height 5'3" to 5'7" = M

Height 5'7" to 5'11" = L

Height 5'11" to 6'7" = XL


¿Buscas protección que no añada peso? La canillera Mercurial Lite de Nike tiene un diseño de bajo perfil gracias a su armazón unido a espuma para acolchonamiento. Se trata de protección que casi no añade peso. Funda de tela Dri-FIT que repele el sudor para

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