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Item #453181_DTGECN0153
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This top was created for the ECNL finals in Richmond, VA July 10-15, 2013.

Official tee of the Elite Clubs National League (ECNL). This league was created for female soccer players at the top of their game. Founded in 2009, the ECNL encourages the growth of young female soccer players in the United States through improved competition, player identification, and club development platforms.

Dri-FIT training top looks like a tee but performs like a training jersey.

Lightweight, moisture wicking training top with screened Nike logo. Cap sleeves. Curved neck. Longer cut.

100% polyester.

NOTE: This product was pretreated to ensure quality and long life-span of the graphic. Please wash and dry before first wearing to remove any residue that may be visible.


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