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PUMA Keeps Us Covered

Lightweight layering sweatshirt that is perfect for on-feild training during cooler months. We like the punch of color and the bright style.

Half-zip hoodie with a kangaroo pocket. Hood has a contrast lining and drawcords.

Loose fit without being too bulky.

Dry Cell technology to keep us feeling fresh when we're on the field.

The PUMA cat logo is printed over the left chest.

100% polyester. Imported.

Sudadera para dama ideal para entrenar durante los meses más fríos. Cierre medio, capucha y bolsillo de canguro. Forro y cordones contrastantes en la capucha. Ajuste suelto que no abulta. Tecnología Dry Cell y logotipo de PUMA impreso sobre el pecho izquie

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