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With the fast, aggressive F50 design, these shin guards feature a light, flexible shield and slip-in strapless construction for the utmost in lightweight protection.

adidas F50 Pro Lite 13 shin guard features a sleek profile with durable protection.

Slip-in construction with compression sleeve for support of blood flow to the center of the body, sleeve also offers support for the shin guard.

Soft synthetic lining for comfort. 100% polypropylene.

Sizing:

Height: 3'11 to 4'6" = XS

Height: 4'7" to 5'2" = S

Height: 5'3: to 5'9" = M

Height: 5'10" to 6'1" = L

Height: 6'2" to 6'5" = XL


Las canilleras F50 Pro Lite 13 de adidas son delgadas pero brindan la protección necesaria. Manga elástica que fomenta el flujo sanguíneo hacia el centro del cuerpo y sirve además para mantener las canilleras en su lugar. Forro de material sintético suave

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