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Support Project Pink for a Good Cause!

Project Pink is a program designed to raise funds and awareness towards breast cancer through collaboration with some of the world's best female soccer players!

This short has a Project Pink design with wide flat elastic waist and outer drawcord. USP moisture management technology keeps us cool and dry when the competition heats up!

100% of profits go towards breast cancer charities as decided by PUMA fans.

3" inseam on a size small. 100% polyester. Imported.

100% of PUMA's profits from the sale of PUMA Project Pink gear go towards a breast cancer charity chosen by fans on PUMA's website.


PUMA y la WPS se han unido para apoyar una importante causa con el lanzamiento de Project Pink (Proyecto Rosa), programa diseñado para recaudar fondos y crear conciencia para combatir el cáncer de seno, ayudado por algunas de las mejores futbolistas del mu

At the 1978 World Cup, Argentina’s Mario Kempes led his country to its first World Cup triumph. Kempes is top scorer in the tournament and, like nine other players on the winning team, he wore Puma shoes. While wearing Puma boots, South Korea’s Jung Hwan Ahn shocked the soccer world by eliminating Italy with a “Golden Goal” to secure a place for the host country in the semi-finals of the 2002 World Cup. Rules of the Game: A goalkeeper must wear colors that distinguish him or her from the other players, the referee and the assistant referees. You can find nearly 1500 replica items from your favorite clubs and national teams on soccer.com. FC Barcelona donates more than $1 million a year to UNICEF and wears the humanitarian organization's logo on its jersey.