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  1. Let your love show!
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Let your love show!

A subtle way to show your not-so-subtle love for Cuauhtemoc Blanco of the Chicago Fire and the Mexico. Also would make an excellent and thoughtful gift for the Fire fan in your life.

Made from the same elements as a soccer ball. One size fits all with a unique elastic soccer ball bead closure.


Demuestra tu pasión por Cuauhtemoc Blanco, jugador del Chicago Fire y de la Selección de México, de una manera sutil con este brazalete. Regalo ideal para esos aficionados al Fire. Hecho con los mismos materiales de un balón de fútbol. Unitalla con ajuste

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