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Nike's new design for France's away jersey aims to capture the spirit of the French team while delivering superior performance innovation and unparalleled elegance on pitch.

Inspired by the mariniere, (which means mariner's style) the jersey is white with blue stripes. The blue and white stripes are a piece of French history and now a French style icon. The stripes first appeared as the uniform of sailors in the French navy in the 19th century.

The jersey has a tailored fit that allows freedom of movement on pitch.

Dri-FIT moisture control.

High tech fabric made from 96% recycled polyester and 4% organic cotton for rapid moisture absorption and high performance evaporation. The use of cotton on the inside of the fabric provides another level of comfort for the players.


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