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Marco Reus has it all. He possesses world-class close control with either foot, exquisite technique and the ability to work on either flank or through the middle. No matter where he is deployed, Reus poses problems for defenders with his speed, ability to read the game and unleash stinging, dipping and curling strikes. As if the talents he was afforded and perfected weren't enough to make other players jealous, Reus is able to put them on full display for his boyhood club, Borussia Dortmund, and while wearing the famous crest of his country, Germany, in international play.

The new adidas Germany Away Jersey has a bold look for 2014.

Winners of three World Cups, Germany look to take home the prize for the first time since 1990.

As part of the lightest jerseys that adidas has ever made, the new design features a red and black hoop design and madarin style button collar.

Polyester with moisture control. Germany team badge and adidas logo at front.


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