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Cheer for Los Charruas

Support the sky blue of Uruguay with this elegant official home jersey from PUMA. Although it has a small population Uruguay has proven it's no underdog. In fact the team has established itself as one of the true international soccer powerhouses and has been reinforced by star players like Diego Forlan and Luis Suarez.

This jersey uses USP moisture management technology and has the Uruguay national team badge and PUMA cat logo applied at the front. The sun of May from the Uruguayan flag is debossed into front to symbolize the country's unity and independence.

100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya a los celestes de Uruguay con esta elegante camiseta oficial de local hecha por PUMA. Gracias a jugadores como Diego Forlán y Luis Suárez, Uruguay se ha establecido como una potencia futbolística a nivel internacional. Esta camiseta utiliza tecnologí

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