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Women's Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers Nike Olive Salute to Service Limited Jersey
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Women's Green Bay Packers Aaron Rodgers Nike Olive Salute to Service Limited Jersey

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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.

Your Price: $159.99

  • Details
    • Fit: Athletic-cut jersey that fits snug in the bust, shoulders and arms. Jersey does not fit or feel like a T-shirt. We recommend ordering one size larger than you normally wear for a looser fit.
    • Material: 100% Polyester
    • Salute to Service detailing, including back neck word mark
    • Twill names, numbers and team logo
    • USA screen print on side seam
    • Tagless collar
    • Chainmaille Mesh Grill at front neck and back seam lines inspired by the authentic on-field jersey
    • Satin twill woven jock tag
    • Tonal NFL shield at collar
    • Salute to Service ribbon and American flag sleeve patches
    • Machine wash, line dry
    • Officially licensed
    • Imported
    • Brand: Nike
  • Description

    Cheer for the Green Bay Packers with this Salute to Service limited jersey from Nike! Featuring Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers graphics, this jersey is the perfect way to look great and show your pride.

    The NFL does not profit from the sale of Salute to Service products. Charitable contributions are donated to the NFL's military nonprofit partners including the USO, Wounded Warrior Project, Pat Tillman Foundation and TAPS.