Official Nike Kaepernick, Willis, Davis, Smith, Bowman and Gore jerseys on sale for $55.99

Jul 10, 2013 at 1:27 PM--


Are you looking for an official Nike San Francisco 49ers jersey to add to your collection? For a limited time, you can purchase Nike jerseys for Colin Kaepernick, Patrick Willis, Vernon Davis, Aldon Smith, NaVorro Bowman and Frank Gore for the low price of only $55.99.

These are the remaining stock of Super Bowl XLVII jerseys for each of these players that would normally retail for $119.95, so you are saving over 53% off.

The jerseys from Nike are inspired by the gear that the players wear on the field and features a tailored fit designed to facilitate movement, a no-tag neck label that offers clean comfort and strategic ventilation for breathability. They boast plenty of bold Niners graphics, players' numbers on the front and names and numbers on the back. Officially licensed NFL product.

Choose your jersey below for more information.

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For our female football fans, you can also purchase ladies jerseys for the sale price of $43.99. That is over 61% off retail!

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