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  1. Celebrate Italy's 1936 Gold Medal Victory!
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Celebrate Italy's 1936 Gold Medal Victory!

This track top celebrates Italy's gold medal in the 1936 Olympic games with a team-inspired graphic applied to the front. The full-zip jacket has two zippered side pockets with the PUMA logo heat pressed over the right chest and the "Ita 1936" applied to the left. An Italian flag badge is on the left sleeve. A gold medal inspired inset below the collar shows the scores of all Italy's games on their way to victory.

100% polyester. Imported.


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