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Timbers Love

The Timbers are the 18th team to join Major League Soccer and began play in 2011.

Now is the time to stock up on your Portland Timbers gear and show your support for the new team.

This authentic jersey has a unique thorn design down the middle.

100% polyester jersey with heat pressed Portland Timbers team badge and screened adidas logo and sponsor logo at front. ForMotion fit. ClimaCool moisture control. Embroidered MLS and USA flag at the sleeves. "Authentic Competition Product" is stamped in the hem.

ForMotion fabric is cut specifically for professional athletes, along with adidas ClimaCool - advanced material engineered to reduce heat and moisture build-up, allowing increased comfort and performance - to keep you feeling fresh.

The authentic is the actual piece that is worn on field. The authentic uses a performance cut for a snug fit. It also has a bonded crest. The authentic also features upgraded materials, including the laser cut mesh panels. The upgraded materials on the authentic result in a lighter weight.

NOTE: Tight fit means any jersey classified as Authentic will run small.


Los Timbers son el equipo número 18 en unirse a la Major League Soccer y comienzan a jugar este 2011. Es tiempo de adquirir tus prendas de los Portland Timbers y apoyar al nuevo equipo. Camiseta de 100% poliéster con escudo del club y logotipo de adidas. I

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