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USA all the way!!

Cheer on the US Women! They took on the world this summer in Germany and made it all the way to the final with excellent soccer and lots of heart. This is the official home jersey for the US Women's National Team for 2011. Worn by Hope Solo, Abby Wambach, Shannon Boxx, Tobin Heath, Alex Morgan and you!

Feel like you're a part of the team when you pull on this white jersey with official US team badge.

Two stars on the inside neck symbolize the two world championship wins.

Unique design features include a stretch panel in the V-neck collar design for a large range of motion in the chest.

Mesh panels along the sides and back significantly increase breathability.

Shaped seams accentuate the female form and capped sleeve enhance freedom of movement.

Dri-FIT polyester that is 13% lighter than previous kits for a comfortable fit.


Apoya a las chicas de la Selección de Estados Unidos durante el Mundial de Alemania. Se trata de la camiseta oficial de local de Estados Unidos durante 2011. Esta camiseta blanca viene con escudo de Estados Unidos y ha sido hecha con poliéster Dri-FIT lige

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