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Cheer for Germany in this official home jersey from adidas.

Germany's national team is a strong source of national pride, a passion that is captured in this jersey's design. Inspired by the brilliance and efficiency of German engineering, this classic jersey is sure to be in fans' closets for years to come.

V-neck ClimaCool jersey features adidas' logo embroidered on the front, with Germany's federation crest and three championship stars applied on the front.

Unsere Nationalmannschaft, "our national team', is printed under the back collar.

Transparent tape on the sides further subtracts from the jersey's weight. Subtle pinstripes on the torso add to this jersey's elegant and classic design.

Each of adidas' 2014 federation jerseys has an iconic band across the shoulders to signify unity. These revolutionary kits are the lightest that adidas has ever designed.

100% polyester.


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