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Cheer for the Elephants!

Salomon Kalou is a dynamic winger who is adept at both shaking defenders and scoring goals. Kalou possesses blistering speed that makes him a lethal player on the flanks and is always a fun player to watch when he takes the field with Cote d'Ivoire.

Show your support for the elephants of Cote d'Ivoire with this specially designed official home jersey from PUMA.

The jersey's design comes from Ivorian artist Ernest Duku and combines the force and power of the elephant with the modern technology of PUMA's jersey for a kit that joins tradition and evolution together in an elegant fashion.

Cote d'Ivoire is one of the most star studded squads in African soccer with players such as Didier Drogba, Yaya Toure and Gervinho lending their talents to this terrific team.

This jersey uses USP moisture management technology and has Cote d'Ivoire's team badge embroidered over the left chest with the PUMA cat logo embroidered throughout

100% polyester. Imported.


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