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  1. Vive La France!
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Vive La France!

Support les Bleus of France in their official away jersey from Nike.

Like last season's away kit, the jersey still has a polo button collar. This new pale blue version has the colors of France's flag around each cuff. The French team motto, "Nos differences nous unissent" (Our differences unite us), is printed on the inside below the collar.

The Nike Swoosh logo and French national team badge are embroidered at the front.

Dri-FIT fabric adds breathability, strength and comfort. Tailored for better style and fit.

This new jersey is innovation meets performance in an elegant design worthy of the French national squad.

100% polyester.


Apoya a Francia con esta camiseta oficial de visitante hecha por Nike. Al igual que la que vistieron el año pasado, viene con cuello tipo polo. Esta nueva camiseta viene en un tono de azul más tenue e incluye los colores de la bandera francesa en las manga

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