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Item #29783
  1. Bag Up Your Ball and Hit the Field!
  2. $49.99
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Bag Up Your Ball and Hit the Field!

Bag up your ball and hit the field with this Teamsport Formation Ball Backpack from PUMA. This backpack has two comfortable adjustable shoulder straps and two spacious compartments.

The smaller compartment zips out to comfortably hold a full-size soccer ball and the main compartment has a zippered inner pocket with mesh organizers for all the small stuff. The top of the bag has a small zippered pocket for a phone or media player with a slit to thread your headphone cable through.

Two water bottle pockets on the sides of the bag. The PUMA cat logo is applied to the top of the front.

20" x 12" x 9"

100% polyester. Imported.


Empaca tu balón y lánzate a la cancha con la bolsa Teamsport Formation de PUMA. Viene con dos cómodas correas al hombro ajustables y dos amplios compartimentos. El más pequeño puede ser retirado para acomodar un balón y el compartimento principal viene con

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