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Keepdry 100 Kids' Base Layer - Plain Black

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We created the Keepdry 100 for people getting started with playing football, to be worn under your shirt in cool or cold weather, indoors or outdoors.

This long-sleeved base layer keeps you at just the right temperature by wicking away perspiration, and lets you move freely for more fun.

Main fabric: 16.0% Elastane, 84.0% Polyester


Moisture management

Made from material that helps wick perspiration away and dries more quickly.

Freedom of movement

Tailored fit, soft, supple fabric.


Why wear a base layer?

The base layer, also known as the inner layer, helps:
. absorb perspiration and transfer it to the outside. Your skin stays dry and your body does not get cold
. retain body heat; even more so when the garment is close-fitting.
. provide an additional barrier against bad weather
. keep your football jersey dry, even when you're running hard.

Playing with a technical base layer keeps you on the pitch for longer.

What our design team has to say

Our team of footballers has designed the Keepdry 100 base layer for beginner footballers, as they are prone to getting cold. With heavy physical exercise over short distances interspersed with match stoppages, beginner players experience major temperature fluctuations. In order for football, whether played at a club or recreationally, to remain a pleasurable experience over time, it's essential to stay protected from the cold and the effects of perspiration.

A rating for comparing products environmental impact

Product's environmental impacts are calculated throughout its life cycle and with different indicators.
An "ABCDE" rating system has been created to help you quickly see which products offer the best environmental performance. Use it to compare two similar products (T-shirts, bottoms, backpacks).
Decathlon provides this environmental information voluntarily.
Web: Sustainability.decathlon.com
Explanatory video: https://youtu.be/8t63KkRwn_8