Shirt Originals Home 2017 Football Blue 2016 Adidas Chelsea YxRq6Zv Shirt Originals Home 2017 Football Blue 2016 Adidas Chelsea YxRq6Zv
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Brand new official Chelsea Home Shirt for the 2016 2017 Premiership season. This authentic football kit is available in adult sizes S M L XL XXL XXXL and is manufactured by Adidas.Customise your Chelsea football kit with the name and number of your favourite player including Cesc Fabregas or Eden Hazard or even your own name.Chelsea Home Shirt 2016-17Inspired by tradition and shaped by legacy the official Chelsea Home Shirt 2016-17 restores a classic Stamford Bridge image with its vintage v-collar drawing allusion to Chelsea sides of yesteryear.With the club crests central lion motif forming the basis of a unique all-over pattern print the 2016-17 Chelsea home jerseys Three Stripe branding features in a contemporary side placement completing a winning mix of old and new for the Blues renewed title challenge.Benefits: Climacool heat and moisture management Printed fabric Club crest: woven badge Engineered Chelsea FC sign off on collar 100% recycled polyester
Chelsea Originals Blue Shirt 2016 Adidas 2017 Football Home
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January 2018

Shirt Originals Home 2017 Football Blue 2016 Adidas Chelsea YxRq6Zv

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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