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Celebrate Italy's 1936 Gold Medal!

Commemorate the awesome achievements of the Azzurri with this graphic T-Shirt from PUMA. This shirt celebrates Italy's gold medal in the 1936 Olympic games with a team-inspired graphic applied to the front. A gold medal inspired inset below the collar shows the scores of all Italy's games on their way to victory. A retro Italian team shield is on the left sleeve and the PUMA cat logo is screened on the right sleeve.

100% cotton. Imported.


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