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.When the NHL's online store purchases Hockey Fights Cancer products from its licensee partners to sell on NHLShop.com, NHL Enterprises, LP and the licensee partners donate funds to the National Hockey League Foundation, a US 501(c)(3) tax-exempt private foundation, toward the Hockey Fights Cancer initiative. Your purchase tells us that you support the NHL's efforts to raise awareness in the fight against cancer.This is a Pittsburgh Penguins adidas Hockey Fights Cancer Primegreen Authentic Blank Practice Jersey - White/Purple, which is a type of product worn by NFL players. This is a Pittsburgh Penguins adidas Hockey Fights Cancer Primegreen Authentic Blank Practice Jersey - White/Purple, which is made from a lightweight, breathable and stretchy material, making it comfortable to wear. This Pittsburgh Penguins adidas Hockey Fights Cancer Primegreen Authentic Blank Practice Jersey - White/Purple is also durable and will last you for a long time.
- Platinum NHL Shield at front collar
- AEROREADY technology absorbs moisture and makes you feel dry
- Made in part with recycled materials
- Primegreen is a series of high-performance materials containing a minimum of 50% recycled content
- Fit: Men's adidas Authentic Jerseys are made to layer underneath. For a tighter fit, we recommend ordering one size smaller than you normally wear.
- ''End Plastic Waste'' hem label
- Debossed details on shoulders
- Brand: adidas
- Material: 100% Recycled Polyester
- Machine wash
- Long sleeve
- Enhanced team crests with dimensional embroidery
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