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USA! USA!

Show your stripes for the stars and bars when you're wearing this official new USA home jersey from Nike.

This version of the USA Home Jersey has panel that is ready for customization just like you'll see the US squad wearing.

This new Dri-FIT jersey has a series of red hoops on the front symbolizing the flag of the United States and has a transparent sash across the chest. This sash honors the USA's defeat of England in the 1950 world championship. Also for the first time, the US men's and women's team will wear the same jersey design. The Nike Swoosh logo and USA team badge are embroidered on the front.

Cheer on Clint Dempsey, Landon Donovan and the rest of the Yanks with this terrific jersey.

100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya a Estados Unidos vistiendo su nueva camiseta oficial de local hecha por Nike. Esta versión Dri-FIT viene con un panel listo para ser personalizado, una serie de aros rojos al frente que simbolizan la bandera y una franja transparente cruzando el pech

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