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Prepare for Combat!

Prepare yourself for the pitch with this Nike Pro Combat short. This padded Dri-FIT short helps protect your legs and provides performance-enhancing compression to help keep you at the top of your game.

Lightweight, ergonomically designed Deflex foam on the waist and thighs to help absorb and disperse impact force.

Anatomically placed ventilation keeps you fresh and cool.

Nike Swoosh logo applied at the front.

Lightweight foam for impact protection.

Seams designed for reduced irritation.

A front mesh gusset and rear mesh panel for breathability.

Dri-FIT fabric moisture control.

Spandex for better stretch and range of motion.

84/16 polyester/spandex.


Salta a la cancha listo para dar tu máximo esfuerzo con este short Pro Combat de Nike. Este short Dri-FIT viene acolchonado para proteger tus piernas y su elasticidad te permite jugar a tu mejor nivel. Ventilación colocada anatómicamente para mantenerte fr

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