Looking for a new great pair of soccer pants? Not only are these adidas Condivo 12 Training Pants comfortable, but they're designed to make you work hard.
The Condivo 12 training pants are made with adidas' CLIMACOOL® material, which is designed to keep you comfortable and dry, no matter how hard you train. Whether playing to get your muscles loose and warm before a game, or working out hard at practice, you won't see an ounce of sweat with these training pants!
Are there other cool features of the Condivo 12 Training Pant, you ask? Well would we sell anything less that 100% awesomeness? I think not.
Front zip pockets let you store away small articles, like your keys or $1.00 in quarters for a bottle of water after your game. There's a drawcord elastic waist to keep the soccer pants up and secure. Plus, an additional loop is designed for miCoach or other electronics to help you train at your highest level.
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