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Support Santos Laguna!

The white-and-green warriors of Santos Laguna have been performing extremely well in the Mexican Primera Divison. Now you can show your support for Santos with this official Home Jersey from PUMA.

This jersey uses USP Dry technology to keep you fresh and cool when the game starts heating up. The PUMA cat logo is heat-transferred to the right chest and embroidered at both sleeves while the Santos team badge is applied to the front. The team's kit sponsors are sublimated and heat-transferred throughout.

100% polyester. Imported.


El Santos Laguna ha tenido una buena campaña en la Primera División de México. Apoya al equipo de la Comarca con esta camiseta oficial de local hecha por PUMA. Esta camiseta utiliza la tecnología USP Dry para mantenerte fresco y seco cuando calientan las a

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