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French superstars Franck Ribery, Blaise Matuidi, Yohan Cabaye and Raphael Varane unveiled the Nike France Home Jersey on November 20th, just after France officially qualified for Brazil in front of a celebratory crowd at Stade de France.

Nike designed this jersey to reflect the patriotic pride, undeniable style and rich history of the French.

The fabric of the France Authentic Home Jersey 2014 was inspired the French town of Nimes. Nimes, the birthplace of modern denim, is reflected in the attention-to-detail of the design and twill fabric treatment. It's a jersey that reflects the craftsmanship and style of a nation.

The team badge has a new design inspired by France's 1958 crest. A France flag is placed on the inside of the neck on each kit.

A combination of Nike Dri-FIT moisture control, "burnout" mesh and laser-cut ventilation holes make this one of the lightest and most breathable jerseys on the field on in the stands.

Dual-knit cotton and recycled polyester for moisture control, a soft feel and a more flattering shape.


Los seleccionados Franck Ribery, Blaise Matuidi, Yohan Cabaye y Raphael Varane presentaron a los aficionados presentes en el Stade de France la nueva camiseta de local de Francia luego que el equipo galo asegurara un boleto a Brasil el 20 de noviembre. Nik

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