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  1. Root for the Red Devils!
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Root for the Red Devils!

Even if you've never stepped foot in Old Trafford, this is a cool jacket for all Manchester United fans. Lasting warmth in a fully reversible design that's light in weight.

This full-zip puffy jacket is ready to battle the elements no matter which way you chose to wear it.

One side is black and red with screened Manchester United team badge and Nike logo on the front and zippered side pockets.

Thermore insulation for lightweight warmth and comfort

Adjustable hood that zips to chin to block the elements

Screen-printed team badge

Rib trim at hood, cuffs and hem for a snug fit

Zip pockets at chest and sides for storage

Machine wash

The other is black and also has screened Manchester United team badge and Nike logo and snap pockets.

Banded cuffs, hem and hood. 100% polyester.


Aunque nunca hayas estado en el estadio Old Trafford, esta chaqueta reversible del Manchester United es para ti. Viene con cierre completo y forrada para resistir el mal clima sin importar qué lado decidas vestir. Un lado viene en colores negro y rojo con

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