Nadal Sleeveless, Miami

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  1. VTChileno

    VTChileno Banned

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    Quick question for you knowledgeable clothing peeps... I JUST purchased (over the web) the Nadal sleeveless (BLUE CHILL) from a European tennis shop... However, the colorway they describe in their website is VIVID BLUE... It is to my understanding that Europe does not offer the PACIFIC BLUE colorway, which I already own...

    Is VIVID BLUE the same colorway as BLUE CHILL?? Anyone have any answers for me?? I've been looking for this sleeveless ever since Miami.

    Thanks
     
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  2. Professional

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    The blue you want it only available in Europe. Order it from P r o d i r e c t . c o m. It is beautiful.
     
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  3. VTChileno

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    Shirt Color Is Awesome..
     
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  5. innoVAShaun

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    Vivid Blue is nothing like Blue Chill. It is also different from Pacific Blue. Do a search for those colors on nike dot com and you'll see what I'm talking about.
     
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    innoVAShaun -- Vivid blue = blue chill... I have the shirt now

    Thanks for your help although incorrect.
     
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  7. innoVAShaun

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    My bad...

    I have the Blue Chill Federer Polo, Blue Chill NikeSportsTee T-Shirt, and Blue Chill NikeSportsTee Sleeveless.

    I'd really like to see how it looks if you want to post up some pics.
     
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