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  1. Represent Russia
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Represent Russia

Support Russia in 2014 with this iconic home jersey from adidas.

The subtle front graphic, inspired by Moscow's Kosmonauts Museum, pays tribute to Russia's space exploration.

Gold details in the adidas logo and sleeves add to this jersey's elegant feel.

Woven Russia federation crest and embroidered adidas logo.

ClimaCool for heat and moisture management.

Each of adidas' 2014 federation jerseys has an iconic band across the shoulders to signify unity.

Strategically placed ventilated mesh keeps players and fans cool.

100% polyester.

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Measurements refer to body size, not jersey dimensions. When choosing sizes, height and weight are most important. We provide age as a rough guideline.

The basics:

S - Size 8-10, Height 4'2"-4'9", Weight 59-86 lbs.

M - Size 10-12, Height 4'10"-5'3", Weight 87-114 lbs.

L - Size 14-16, Height 5'4"-5'7", Weight 115-137 lbs.

XL- Size 18-20, Height 5'8"-6', Weight 138-150 lbs.

How to measure height:

Without shoes, stand child with feet slightly apart and their backs to the wall. Measure from the floor to the top of their head for height.


Apoya a Rusia durante 2014 con esta camiseta local de adidas. Viene con un gráfico sutil al frente, inspirado en el museo Kosmonauts de Moscú, que rinde honores al proyecto espacial ruso. Detalles dorados en el logotipo de adidas y las mangas añaden un toq

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