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Cuauhtemoc Blanco is one of the most legendary Mexican players to lace up a pair of cleats. The unstoppable forward has an incredible knack for controlling games, making plays and scoring goals. Blanco is the second all-time leading goal scorer for the Mexican national team and this veteran still has plenty of gas left in his tank. Cheer for Blanco and the rest of El Tri when they take the field.

Be proud to wear the three colors of Mexico with this incredible Mexico Away Jersey from adidas! This away jersey has the adidas logo embroidered on the right chest and the Mexican national team badge is embroidered on the left. ClimaCool technology gives you the extra ventilation you need to stay fresh and on your game!

100% polyester. Imported


Apoya a Cuauhtémoc Blanco con esta camiseta oficial de visitante de México. Viene con logotipo de adidas bordado sobre el pecho derecho y escudo nacional sobre el izquierdo. La tecnología ClimaCool te brinda la ventilación adicional que necesitas para mant

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