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Cheer on the blues of Napoli, the Italian Serie A club and reigning Coppa Italia champs, with this home jersey from Macron.

The blue jersey is inspired by the kit worn by Napoli during the 1980s when Diego Maradona led the club to two Scudettos. There's a tricolor cockade on the left shoulder in honor of the club's 2011/12 Coppa Italia triumph. The V-neck collar has a unique color-contrast design that is meant to represent a link between the past and the future.

This jersey features mesh side panels for added ventilation.

The Napoli team badge is embroidered on the left chest and the Macron logo is embroidered on the right. SSC Napoli is on the back collar.

100% polyester.


Apoya al Nápoles con esta camiseta de local hecha por Macron. Viene con paneles de malla en los costados para mayor ventilación. El escudo del club viene sobre el pecho izquierdo y el logotipo de Macron viene sobre el derecho. 100% poliéster. Importada.

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