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1913-2013

Part of Nike's USA Centennial line, this new official USA jersey celebrates 100 years of American soccer. This is the jersey the team will wear during 2014 qualifying.

This jersey has a unique USA badge created especially for the Centennial embroidered on the front and screened inside the collar. This Centennial badge features thirteen stars and thirteen stripes, representing the original 13 US colonies.

The Centennial USA Jersey also comes in a commemorative box.

Wide navy cuffs and V-collar further add to the retro feel.

Dri-FIT moisture control for enhanced performance. Polyester.

NOTE: Authentic means this is the actual jersey worn on field. It has a tighter fit and enhanced technology.


Esta camiseta oficial de Estados Unidos es parte de la línea USA Centennial de Nike, la cual rinde tributo al centenario de la Selección de Estados Unidos. Se trata de la misma prenda que visten los seleccionados durante las eliminatorias rumbo a Brasil 20

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