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  1. Vive La France!
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Vive La France!

Thierry Henry is a living legend that continues to dazzle his fans with spectacular goals. Henry is considered to be one of the greatest living footballers in the world. Henry has shown that even as a veteran he still has the skills to kick it in the most competitive leagues and is a player who never fails to impress.

This Dri-FIT jersey has a stylish polo collar and striped design throughout.

Featuring a lightweight heat-transfer printed France team badge and Nike logo to reduce weight and an aerodynamic fit for enhanced movement.

Includes laser-cut ventilation to promote localized cooling and Dri-FIT fabric to wick moisture away from the body.

Be like les Bleus of France when they take the field by wearing this official authentic home jersey from Nike.

Made with recycled water bottles to be environmentally friendly. 100% polyester. Imported.

NOTE: Tight fit, which means any jersey classified as Authentic will run small. The authentic is the actual piece that is worn on field. The authentic uses a performance cut for a snug fit. It also has a bonded crest. The authentic also features upgraded materials. The upgraded materials on the authentic result in a lighter weight.


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