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Reebok Girls' 3'' Printed Compression Shorts - Dick's Sporting Goods

Reebok Girls' 3'' Printed Compression Shorts

Item Number: 24617496
Price: $20.00
Now $14.98 on Select Girls Reebok Core Compression!! Discount Applied in Cart. (See Promotion Details)


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She'll love the vibrant colors, eye-catching patterns and great fit of the Reebok® Girls' 3'' Printed Compression Shorts. Anti-chafe flatlock seaming ensures that she gets an uninhibited range of movement and lasting comfort. Whether she's running laps or practicing her skills on the field, the compression fit and wide elastic waistband design of these Reebok® shorts ensure that her muscles are supported, so she can train harder, longer.


  • Printed compression shorts
  • Compression fit for enhanced support and performance
  • Wide elastic waistband design for a secure, comfortable fit
  • Anti-chafe flatlock seaming for lasting comfort and unrestricted range of movement
  • All-over fashion print for a flair of style
  • Reebok® wordmark printed on left front leg
  • 3'' inseam
  • Fabric: 92% polyester/8% spandex
  • Style: GAA00213SP14
  • Reebok

Country Of Origin: El Salvador

Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Perfect Choice I bought these for my daughter who is in gymnastics and they work perfectly for her. They don't seem to bunch up and allow her free movement. April 12, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by PERRFEEECCCTTTT ! ! ! ! My daughter loves these! Short enough to wear under soccer shorts and still have the cute, girly feel. Perfect. March 18, 2014
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