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  1. Cheer On Russia at Euro 2012!
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Cheer On Russia at Euro 2012!

Root for Russia as they take the stage in the 2012 European championships. This full-zip jacket has two side pockets with the adidas logo embroidered over the right chest and "RUSSIA" screened across the left chest in Cyrillic. The Russian eagle is screen-printed across the back of the jacket. Suit up and support your favorite Russian stars like Roman Pavlyuchenko and Andrei Arshavin.

60/40 cotton/polyester. Imported.


Apoya a Rusia durante su participación en la Eurocopa 2012 con esta chaqueta de cierre completo que viene con dos bolsillos laterales, logotipo de adidas bordado sobre el pecho derecho y la palabra “RUSSIA” en cirílico aplicada sobre el pecho izquierdo. El

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