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Even though the United States Men’s National Team will not be participating at the Olympics this summer, it is always a good time to pick up a United States jersey. The new Nike United States home jersey is one of the best looking national team jerseys to come out recently. The older national team jerseys seemed to lack all of the national colors of the United States. This new away jersey incorporates red, white, and blue and the end product looks great.


Instead of a solid color jersey with a sash across the chest, Nike has decided to feature red and white horizontal stripes throughout this jersey. This mimics the stripes that are seen on the American flag. Nike has kept the sash across the chest that was featured on the older national team jerseys; however, the sash is much subtler and resides in the background of the stripes. The collar of this jersey is crew cut and blue to tie in all the national team colors. The inside of the neck features the American flag to add some more patriotism to this jersey. To provide authenticity, the United States National Team crest is stitched on the left chest and the Nike swoosh is stitched on the right chest.


This jersey is made of 100 percent polyester to make it light and comfortable. It is made of layered mesh fabric to give great breathability so you don’t get too hot or sweaty as you cheer your team on. This jersey also features ATOM-Dri release fabric to provide sweat management, greater durability, and a soft feel. All of these features combine to make this jersey extremely comfortable.


This jersey provides a fresh style for the United States Men’s National Team. It incorporates all the colors of the United States and the red and white stripes mimic the American flag. Combine the great style with the amazing comfort and you have a great jersey that fans will love. This jersey is currently available at SoccerPro.com, so head over and check one out today.

Written By: Eric Stoyanov, Contributing Writer, soccerprose.com


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