The Gabon national football team, otherwise known as "The Panthers", has qualified for the World Cup but they came within one game of qualifying so for the 2018 World Cup they are sure to itching to get into the field. They are also sporting a brand new Puma Gabon Home Jersey that looks really sweet. Their squad is lead by Aubameyang of Borussia Dortmund which contributes to their powerful attacking style of play!
Puma's African National Assets have been designed with a streamlined look and feel. There are strong highlighted color zones to allow each nation's jersey to be unique. This jersey is covered in yellow along with puma royal that complements the yellow rather nicely. The Puma cat is applied by direct embroidery and the Gabon official crest is a woven heat transfer. It is has a unique pigment print in the front center. If you are looking for an African country to root for in the World Cup, we suggest checking out our Ghana National Team Gear.
Get this top today at SoccerPro.com! They are pretty sweet looking and we only have a few in stock. Order them now to make sure you get what you want!
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!
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