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Three Lions Heritage

Play with the honor and tradition that is England's National Team. Umbro has created this match short for the Three Lions honoring the tradition of the team's kit.

Matching the royal blue of England's badge, short includes embroidered England team badge and Umbro logo. Elastic waist and inner drawcord. Stretch woven and mesh short.

Designed by Peter Saville, Umbro once again brings together the traditional values of classic tailoring with modern fabric technology and a revolutionary design philosophy: Style meets performance.

Honoring the past, looking forward to the future.

8" inseam (Size Large). 100% polyester. Imported.


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