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White/Total Crimson/Volt

  1. Low-Profile, Lightweight Protection
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Low-Profile, Lightweight Protection

Nike's new CR7 Prestige is inspired by the new Nike Mercurial Vapor IX CR FG created for Cristiano Ronaldo. It captures the power and focus of a player at his peak and the bold style of the man himself.

The CR7 Mercurial Lite guard from Nike delivers excellent lightweight protection and coverage, thanks to the low-profile shell.

Nike guard lock sleeves ensure the guards stay comfortably in place.

Anatomical left/right design is contoured for a better fit.

Guard: 72/28 polypropylene/EVA. Sleeves: 65/19/16 polyester/rubber/spandex.

Sizing Guide:

XS: 4'7"-4'11"

S: 4'11"-5'3"

M: 5'3"-5'7"

L: 5'7"-5'11"

XL: 5'11"-6'7"


La canilleras CR7 Mercurial Lite de Nike brindan una excelente protección y cobertura sin añadir mucho peso gracias a su armazón de bajo perfil. Sus mangas Guard Lock aseguran que se mantengan en su sitio y su diseño anatómico para cada pierna garantizan u

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