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Rule the Net

Keeper short with moisture-managing fabric, dropped rear hem for freedom of movement and screened embroidered PUMA logo.

Elastic waist and inner drawcord. Mesh gusset. 7" inseam. 100% polyester. Imported.


Short para porteros hecho con tela que controla la humedad y que te brinda libertad de movimiento. Logotipo bordado de PUMA, cintura elástica y cordón interior. Calzoncillo de malla. Tiro de 7”. 100% poliéster. Importado.

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