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Show Your Love for the Sky Blue!

Gonzalo Higuain is one of the best pure strikers in the world, tallying up the goals for the Argentine national team and his club, Real Madrid. The French born Argentine national is an incredible finisher with blinding speed and furious pace on the ball. An unfortunate spell of injuries left Higuain on the sidelines for a few months recently but keep an eye out as the striker should be returning to full fitness in time to help out his club and country.

Support the true Sky Blue of Argentina with this official away jersey from adidas!

Designed for the 2011 Copa America, this jersey has a light blue print that highlights Argentina's brand new badge. Gold details reflect the design of the home kit.

This jersey has ClimaCool technology for crucial ventilation when the game starts heating up! Jersey has the adidas logo embroidered in the center of the chest and the Argentina team badge is embroidered on the left chest.

100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya a Gonzalo Higuaín con esta camiseta oficial de visitante de Argentina. Diseñada para la Copa América 2011, viene con un impreso en color celeste que resalta el nuevo escudo nacional. Detalles dorados reflejan el diseño del uniforme de local. Viene co

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