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HUP Holland!

Dirk Kuyt is one of the most tireless and hard-working attacking players in the world. The veteran forward is a versatile player who can work the wings just as well as go for the goal. Kuyt's aerial ability also makes him a player you should never underestimate. Keep your eyes on Kuyt as he kicks it with the Dutch national team.

Show some love for Holland, the originators of Total Football. Holland is one of the strongest and most consistent teams in world soccer - show your support!

Holland's new all black with a touch of orange on the shoulder pays tribute to the country's authority and disciplined approach to the game.

On the inside of the shirt are the words "nieuwe Meesters" which mean "New Masters." This pays tribute to famous Dutch artists of the 17th century like Rembrandt, while celebrating the skill of the Dutch team.

Dri-FIT jersey with Nike logo and Holland team badge.

Recycled polyester with venting mesh. Imported.


Dirk Kuyt es un veterano delantero que tanto puede dominar las bandas como terminar jugadas de gol. Apoya a Kuyt y al seleccionado holandés con esta camiseta de visitante de Nike.

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