South Korea has produced some great players, such as Park Ji-Sung, and have shocked the world in major competitions, such as when they placed fourth in the 2002 World Cup. During these stretches of success, South Korea has gained several supporters around the world. If you are one of these supporters, you are in luck since we recently received the Nike South Korea Home jersey for 2012.
This jersey is predominantly red with the only accenting color coming from the badge. The badge is on the upper left chest and looks great. It features the white tiger, which is the symbol for the Korea Football Association. It also says Korea under the badge and looks great. Another nice detail is the inside of the neck. It features a Tuhon symbol written in traditional Korean calligraphy that means, “Fighting Spirit.”
Along with looking great, this jersey also feels great. It is made of 100 percent polyester. It also features Nike’s Dri-Fit material to keep you cool and comfortable. The new line of national team jerseys from Nike are lighter than previous generations so you wont feel weighed down as you cheer your team on.
If you have become a fan of the South Korean team after watching players in the English Premier League or seeing their performances in national team competitions, we are the perfect spot for you. This jersey looks great and feels great. Not only that, it is currently available for pre-order for $76.49 at SoccerPro.com . If you love the jersey, head over to the site today!
Written By: Eric Stoyanov, Contributing Writer, soccerprose.com
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