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2008 Euro Champions!

Show your support for Spain and remember the team's 2008 European championship with this track jacket from PUMA. This full-zip jacket has two zippered side-pockets with the PUMA logo heat-transferred on the right and the year of Spain's victory on the left. A Spanish flag inspired shield is embroidered on the left sleeve. An inset below the collar on the inside of the jacket breaks down the famous 2008 final between Germany and Spain. Feel the fury of Spain with this jacket.

100% polyester. Imported.


Apoya a España con esta chaqueta de PUMA que rinde honores al año 2008, cuando conquistaron el campeonato europeo. Viene con cierre completo, dos bolsillos laterales con cierre, logotipo de PUMA aplicado a calor en el drecho y el año de la victoria español

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