D.C. United have traditionally been one of the top teams in the MLS. However, they have recently had some struggles and are looking to get back in top form. Unfortunately, the new MLS season has not started out too brightly for United, losing both their games to open the season. Luckily for them, the season is just beginning and there is a long way to go, so what better time to pick up your new D.C. United jersey and help support them as they try to get their season back on track.
As is tradition, the D.C. United home jersey is primarily black with some red accents around the collar as well as on the sleeves. It also has three white stripes that go down each sleeve to add a little more color. For authenticity, the D.C. United badge is stitched on the left chest with the Adidas logo stitched on the right chest. It also has the MLS badge stitched on the right arm. Since Volkswagen is the team’s sponsor, their emblem is pressed on the center of the jersey.
Not only is this jersey great looking, it is also extremely light and comfortable. It is made of 100 percent polyester, so it is durable, yet extremely soft. As with most Adidas apparel and jerseys, this one features climacool. Climacool helps to keep you cool and comfortable through moisture management and ventilation. It accomplishes this by placing mesh under the arms and behind the neck on the jersey. Therefore, you will be extremely comfortable while cheering your team on to victory. These jerseys run pretty true to size, so you should be able to order the normal size you wear.
If you are a fan of D.C. United, you should grab this jersey today. The design looks great and stays with the classic look of the club. Along with the great style, it also feels great so you will be comfortable while wearing it. However, the best part about this jersey is the price. It is currently on sale at SoccerPro.com for $71.99, which is a great price for a jersey of this quality. So head over to the site today and grab one of these while the season is still in its early stages.
Written By: Eric Stoyanov, Contributing Writer, soccerprose.com
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