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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Product Review: Puma Italy 1/2 Zip Training Jacket by SoccerPro

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The Puma Italy Training Jacket is part of an extensive collection of soccer jerseys and jackets along with soccer gear, at US based online retailer, SoccerPro.

This jacket is the official licensed team apparel in the v1.08 design and USP technology. Ultimate Sport Performance gear manages moisture and wetness away from your skin to keep you dry and comfortable.

Performance Properties
  • PUMA Cat 3D Rubber
  • Official Italia Lextra 3D Federation Badge
  • Official Italia Flag woven Tape
  • 100% Polyester, Circular Knitted, Double Knit
  • Manufactured in Malaysia.
Available Sizes
  • Small
  • Medium
  • Large
  • Extra Large
  • Extra Extra Large
Comfort, Quality, and Good Looks

This is a beautiful jacket. You can use it as part of your training gear, or as a casual fashion statement. The "Azzurri" royal blue color, golden Italia emblazoned upon the back, along with the famous FIGC four star crest and Puma cat insignia, are certain to elicit favorable attention. While wearing this training jacket, you will no doubt be stopped to ask where to buy one.

This is an extremely comfortable and well-fitting training jacket. It feels more like a jersey than a jacket. It is light but very durable. Especially, I liked the fit around the neck, wrists, and back areas. The wrists and back areas have the USP mesh type of material. This jacket is snug without being too tight, and allows for significant movement.

The weatherproof zipper moves easily, and also has a small pocket to conceal it. You can zipper the jacket up to the neck, and it fits comfortably.


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