Melbourne United 19/20 Mens Indigenous Jersey White L

$164.00

$54.99

Availability: In stock

$164.00

$54.99

Size Chart
Mens
EUUKUSCM
406725
417826
428927
4391028
44101129
45111230
46121331
47131432
48141533
Womens
EUUKUSCM
352522
363623
374724
385825
396926
4071027
4181128
Kids
EUUKUSCM
259.5C10C16
2610C10.5C16.5
2710.5C11C17
2811C11.5C17.5
2911.5C12C18
3012C12.5C18.5
3112.5C13C19
3213.5C1Y20
3311.5Y20.5
3422.5Y21.5
352.53Y22
Womens
XXSXSSMLXLXXL
UK4-66-88-1010-1212-1414-1616-18
France3434-3636-3838-4040-4242-4444-46
Italy36-3838-4040-4242-4444-4646-4848-50
US22-44-66-88-1010-1212-14
Mens
XSSMLXLXXL
UK343638-4042-4446-4850-52
IT444648-5052-5456-5860-62
France283032-3436-3840-4244-46
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  • Melbourne United 19/20 Mens Indigenous Jersey White L
  • Melbourne United 19/20 Mens Indigenous Jersey White L
Description

Features

  • Fabric wicks away sweat to dry fast
  • Stunning design by Mandy Nicholson representing the Wurundjeri people
  • Iconic Melbourne United M on front as a mark of pride

Full Product Info

Wear your unique story with pride with the Melbourne United 19/20 Men’s Indigenous Jersey. This jersey has been designed by Mandy Nicholson to represent the Wurundjeri people - the traditional custodians of the land the Club plays games on at Melbourne Arena. It features flowing designs that highlight Wurundjeri’s different layers of country.

The iconic M of Melbourne United is bordered by a flowing line that represents the mountain ranges that border Wurundjeri Country. The circles represent water flowing down into Port Phillip bay. That stunning design is on premium sports mesh fabric that wicks away sweat to dry fast for great performance.

  • Fabric: 100% Polyester birdseye mesh, 150gsm
  • Premium sports mesh fabric for style and comfort
  • Woven branded jersey tag
  • Flowing lines inspired by William Barak’s paintings and shields
  • Flowing lines representing mountain ranges bordering Wurundjeri Country
  • Circles represent water flowing down into Port Phillip Bay