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  1. Root for El Tri!
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Root for El Tri!

Perfect addition to any Mexico fan's wardrobe! This jersey is inspired by El Tri's kit in the 1960s and 1970s. During this era, Mexico won three CONCACAF Gold Cups, two Pan American Games titles and two Central American and Caribbean Games titles. This jersey has a ribbed V-neck collar and cuffs, embroidered Mexico team crest on left chest. 100% cotton.


Apoya a México con esta camiseta retro inspirada en los uniformes que usó el Tri durante las décadas de los 60s y 70s, cuando México ganó tres veces la Copa de Oro de Concacaf, dos Juegos Panamericanos y dos Juegos Centroamericanos y del Caribe. Viene con

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