Dallas Cowboys Custom Nike White Game Replica Jersey
Have you ever dreamed of being a part of the team? You can personalize your own jersey here from Official Shop of the Dallas Cowboys. This Nike Dallas Cowboys Custom jersey is a high quality replica jersey at a great value. Stand out with your custom name and number, not to mention the solid-body construction and silicone graphics to enhance the classic Cowboys style. Get ready to show off your new personalized Nike Cowboys jersey!
- Nike brand jersey
- 100% Polyester
- Solid-body construction with opaque mesh side panels
- Replica jersey with silicone screen print name, numbers, sleeve stripes and logos
- NFL Shield at center front of neckline
- Nike logos on sleeves
- Embroidered jock tag with alpha sizing at lower left hem
- Officially licensed NFL product
Custom Jersey Rules:
- Custom Name (A-Z; up to 10 capital characters)
- Custom Number (0-9; up to 2 characters)
- Spaces are accepted, however, each space counts as one of your 10 characters
- Profanity or slang phrases will not be accepted
Please make sure that the NAME – NUMBER – SIZE – COLOR is correct before the order is submitted. ABSOLUTELY NO changes can be made to the order after it is submitted.
Note: Production time for a custom jersey can take up to 10 days to produce not including holidays or weekends. Any rush or overnight shipping requests will be assigned to the order once your jersey is produced.
Note: All sales for this item are final. Unfortunately we are unable to accept returns/exchanges for custom jerseys.
Nike was started by two visionaries- Bill Bowerman, legendary track & field coach at the University of Oregon and his University of Oregon runner Phil Knight. Today NIKE, Inc. is the world’s leading innovator in athletic footwear, apparel, equipment and accessories. Nike's mission is to bring inspiration and innovation to every athlete* in the world. The Official Shop of the Dallas Cowboys is proud to sell Nike apparel to loyal Cowboys fans everywhere.
*"If you have a body, you are an athlete." -Bill Bowerman