Gear up to cheer on your Oregon Ducks at the 2013 Alamo Bowl as they crush the Texas Longhorns in this Mach Speed Limited jersey from Nike. It features strategic mesh ventilation, a twill player number on the front and back, and iconic Ducks wing graphics on the shoulders, so you’ll look and feel just like your favorite players on the field!
Material: 100% Recycled Polyester
Mesh side panels for extra breathability
Satin twill woven jock tag
Screen print team accents
Stitched tackle twill name and numbers
Fit: Men’s Nike Limited Jerseys fit true to size. We recommend ordering one size larger than you normally wear for a looser fit or up two sizes if you plan on layering underneath the jersey
Special event items are produced by manufacturers only after the outcome of a game
or event. These are advanced sale items and will ship immediately after they are
received in our warehouse.
Manufacturer direct items are shipped directly from the manufacturer. These items
are not available for international or expedited shipping.
Customized items can be personalized with options such as your name, your favorite
number, and/or designs. Some options may be limited by league rules.
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