$4.99 Flat Rate Shippingon Orders $99 and up: 16SUMMERDetails
×
Exclusions may apply, visit ourpromotion detailspage for more information. Expires 8/1/16 at 11:59 PM EST.
GOAL CLUB:Only $9.95 to save on orders for life.JOIN TODAY
   
> >
loading...
Please note: Customized image is an approximation only.
Please note: Customized image is not available.
  1. Cheer on Les Lions Indomptables in Brazil
  2. Currently Unavailable
  • Click to view detail
Reviews
About
Specs
Reviews
Sizing

Cheer on Les Lions Indomptables in Brazil

Cameroon blazed a trail in 1990 in Italy when they became the first African country to reach the quarterfinals of a FIFA World Cup™. They'll seek to break new ground in Brazil, too, with Samuel Eto'o and Alex Song leading Les Lions Indomptables in this fresh home shirt from PUMA.

Drawn into a group featuring the tournament hosts along with Croatia and Mexico, Cameroon will be looking for every advantage, and they know they will look their best in this jersey.

It features a heat pressed and embossed crest and badge. The lions mane and soccer ball are raised and textured for a unique look and feel. The PUMA cat logo is embroidered on the center of the chest and both sleeves.

Sublimated designs of lions and the team nickname decorate the shirt on the front and lower portion of the back set this shirt apart. Unlike Cameroon's away shirt, the home jersey employs the sublimated design in full color on the trim of each sleeve.

PUMA's Dry Cell technology provides cool and comfort in any conditions.

100% polyester.


Lamentamos que todavia no hay descripción en español para este producto.

Puma’s signature stripe logo made its debut at the 1958 World Cup on footwear worn by members of the Swedish and Brazilian national teams. Puma’s signature stripe logo made its debut at the 1958 World Cup on footwear worn by members of the Swedish and Brazilian national teams. Puma's headquearters are in Herzogenaurach,, Germany. The rules of the game were first written down in 1863 by the newly formed Football Association in England. Germany's Bundesliga was formed in 1963.