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Les Bleus

Support Les Bleus of France in their official away jersey from Nike.

Updated for 2014, the new jersey pays tribute to the undeniable style of the French.

The new jersey has a "Marinière" -classic French design thanks to tonal gray mariner stripes.

This 2014 away jersey also has a new team badge, inspired by France's classic cockerel worn by the French team in 1958. The symbol is enlarged and the ultimate symbol of national pride.

Stand-up low profile collar. Inside the back of the neck is a small pennant featuring the red, white and blue colors of France's tricolor flag.

Dri-FIT fabric adds breathability, strength and comfort. Tailored for better style and fit.

This new jersey is innovation meets performance in an elegant design worthy of the French national squad.

100% recycled polyester.


Apoya a Francia vistiendo su camiseta oficial de visitante hecha por Nike. Mejorada para 2014, esta nueva camiseta rinde honores al estilo de vestir francés. Su diseño estilo “Marinière” incluye franjas grises, además de que viene con nuevo escudo nacional

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