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  1. Carbon Fiber for the Ultimate Protection
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Carbon Fiber for the Ultimate Protection

The Mercurial Blade's revolutionary carbon fiber design is built to withstand the toughest tackles without weighing you down. The Blade is worthy of elite play and ready for the pro-level game.

Ultra-thin carbon fiber shell for lightweight protection.

Dual-density foam backing (EVA and Poron) absorbs and disperses impact reducing chances of injury.

Laser etchings (aka channels) in the foam move sweat away from the leg.

Guards slips into the included pocketed mesh Dri-FIT sleeves creating a secure fit with ventilation.

Anatomically-shaped left and right guard for a natural fit that molds to the contours of each leg.

NOCSAE certified

Materials: Guard: 39/39/5/4 fiberglass/polyurethane/polyester/woven graphite/spandex. Sleeve: 69/16/11/4 polyester/spandex/rubber/polyurethane.

Weight: 3.4 oz.


- Armazón ultra delgado hecho de fibra de carbono diseñado para soportar las demandas del fútbol de élite

- Capa doble de espuma tipo EVA y uretano distribuye la energía al impacto

- Espuma delineada con láser canaliza hacia afuera la humedad y brinda un a

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