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Vive Les Bleus!

Feel the passion of French soccer with this away short from Nike. This Dri-FIT short has the French national team badge and Nike logo embroidered on the legs. "FFF" is embroidered on the back of the waistband. Anatomical mesh ventilation on the inside of the legs keeps you fresh and dry when things start heating up.

8.5" inseam. 100% recycled polyester. Imported.


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