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Oranje crush

Holland's new away jersey is as striking as Holland's style of precise play.

This jersey has a new team badge for 2014 that celebrates the squads 125th anniversary. The badge has 1889 and 2014 in orange to mark the anniversary.

Holland's new away jersey is as striking as Holland's style of precise play.

Sublimated chevron pattern throughout with an ombre effect moving from bright to dark blue. This wavelike design is meant to represent "the prominence of water in Dutch life and the country's landscape," while the bright blue pays tribute to the Dutch royal family and the color of the cross in the Netherlands flag.

There is a crown inside the collar and orange trim inside the cuffs, which can be turned out based on player style.

Anatomically placed, laser cut side-ventilation keeps you cool and dry when the game starts to heat up.

Evolved construction and materials significantly reduce weight. Dri-FIT moisture control. Constructed with recycled materials.


Apoya a Holanda vistiendo su nueva camiseta de visitante, la cual viene con un nuevo escudo nacional que representa el 125 aniversario de la selección, con las fechas 1889 y 2014 en color naranja. Ranuras para ventilación cortadas con láser en los costados

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