The masterful French are on the march again! As they blaze trails and shoot for glory, they continue to win more and more fans and the stars like Ribery and Nasri, Pogba and Cabaye have given them the edge over opponents everywhere! The serious France fan will get this 2014 Nike France Away Jersey and celebrate the revival of Les Bleus!
The awesome collar is special woven making sure there is no itchiness around your neck, also every seam is single needle clean finished meaning that it is sure to hold up through anything! The Nike swoosh and French crest are woven on so they will not fall off after one trip through the washer and dryer. This white French Away Jersey just screams out French style!
Support one of Europe?s finest teams, grab your own France shirt today from SoccerPro!
SOCCERPRO.COM CARE TIPS
Turn your jersey inside out
Before putting it into the washer - this will help protect any names, numbers or patches you have on there.
Find the longest cycle with
Pre-soak and extra rinse
option on your washer and use that one!
Wash in cold water only!
(unless you want all of the colors of your jersey to spread everywhere!) Also, DO NOT use fabric softener when washing. It could cause those lovely patches and numbers to wrinkle!
When it's finished washing you can either:
Lay Flat or hang outside
However, don't put it in direct sunlight or the colors will fade!
Brag to your friends
about how fresh and clean you look and feel in your jersey!
Not stoked on your gear? No problem because we have Lifetime Returns. Please DO NOT wear/use the item and try to return it as new. If you do this monkeys with wings will show up at your front door. It's weird.
SoccerPro ships with 99.975% accuracy. Tested over 4,000 orders. We applied for the Guinness Book of World Records...haven't heard back yet. We're pretty sure it's a slam though.
Any item marked as clearance isn't eligible for a return, unless it's defective. I'm arguing with the boss man on this one (I feel your pain). Threw a rotten tomato at his head...direct hit. He still wouldn't budge.