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Cheer on Sporting KC

Teal Bunbury is a Canadian born American forward for Sporting KC who is already making a name for himself in Major League Soccer. The 21-year-old forward has shown that he has the skills to not only make plays, but score goals as well!

ForMotion fabric is cut specifically for professional athletes. Shirt has adidas ClimaCool technology to ensure complete upper body comfort.

Heat pressed Sporting KC team badge, championship star, screened adidas logo and sponsor logo at front. Heat pressed American flag and MLS badges on the left and right sleeves respectively.

100% polyester with mesh ventilation. Imported.

NOTE: Authentic vs Replica

The authentic is the actual piece that is worn on field, while the replica is official, it's a "take down" version of that shirt.

The authentic uses a performance cut for a snug fit. It also has a bonded crest, as opposed to the woven crest on the replica. The authentic also has upgraded materials, including the laser cut mesh panels. The upgraded materials on the authentic result in a lighter weight.

NOTE: Tight fit means any jersey classified as Authentic will run small.


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