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Brand new official Bayern Munich Kids Long Sleeved Home Shirt for the 2018 2019 Bundesliga season. This authentic football kit is available in junior sizes small boys medium boys large boys XL boys and is manufactured by Adidas.Customise your soccer jersey with the name and number of your favourite player including Mats Hummels Robert Lewandoski Arjen Robben or choose your own custom shirt printing.Join the legions of fans cheering on the unstoppable Bavarians as they continue their Bundesliga reign in the Bayern Munich Long Sleeve 2018-19 Home Shirt for children aged 7-16.Updating the retro look of last seasons kit the 2018-19 shirt features a geometric all-over graphic inspired by the jagged mountain skylines of Bavaria and the classic diamond-patterned club crest. Climalite fabric wicks sweat to keep fans dry in all conditions while a replica fit delivers more casual comfort than the skintight players shirts. Get the authentic look and cheer the team on as Bayern set their sights on a seventh consecutive Bundesliga title. Details:Replica fit Streetwear version of the authentic kit with wider shoulders and body for enhanced comfortClimalite moisture wicking fabricLightweight piqu constructionRibbed V-neck and cuffs100% recycled polyester
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January 2018

kids Originals 2019 Munich 2018 Home Red Shirt Bayern Adidas Sleeve Long ZqfBAf

Author Affiliations
  • 1University of Central Florida College of Medicine, Orlando
JAMA Dermatol. 2018;154(1):59. doi:10.1001/jamadermatol.2017.4484

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