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  1. 2013 the year?
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2013 the year?

Cheer on the Copper Bullets and show your support for the international game with this unique Zambia tee.

100% cotton. Fit advice: These tees are junior sizing (girls ages 12-18) and run small. For women, we recommend ordering two sizes up.

NOTE: The logo on this tee is distressed, it's meant to look weathered. This product was pretreated to ensure quality and long life-span of the graphic. Please wash and dry before first wearing to remove any residue that may be visible.


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