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  1. Remember Russia's 1960 Victory!
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Remember Russia's 1960 Victory!

Remember Russia's historic victory in the inaugural European championship with this track jacket from PUMA. The first European cup was held in 1960 and the former Soviet Union took home top honors in a thrilling match against Yugoslavia.

This full-zip track jacket has two zippered side pockets with "60" embroidered over the left chest and the PUMA cat logo embroidered over the right. A retro badge representing the former Soviet Union is applied to the left sleeve.

An inset is applied below the inner collar that outlines the details of the championship game.

100% polyester. Imported.


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