When the Nike Sportswear officially unveiled the http://freshnessmag.com/2010/03/04/nike-sportswear-brasil-black-pack-available-now/” target=”_blank”>Brasil Black Pack (or http://freshnessmag.com/2010/03/04/nike-sportswear-brasil-black-pack-available-now/” target=”_blank”>Brazil CBF Black Pack) back in March, one item notably missing was the Destroyer Jacket. Now, as Brazil makes its debut in the http://fifa.com/worldcup” target=”_blank”>2010 FIFA World Cup, it becomes quite apparent why http://nikesportswear.com” target=”_blank”>Nike Sportswear withheld details about it. Seen during the recent http://freshnessmag.com/2010/06/11/nike-sportswear-fall-holiday-2010-greater-china-media-summit-event-recap/” target=”_blank”>Nike Sportswear Media Summit in Shanghai, the jacket, in part as the off field outfit for members of Brazil National Team, the Brasil Black Pack Destroyer Jacket carry over many identical feature found on other Nike’s Destroyer Jacket. From sleeves constructed from full-grain leather to a weatherized Melton wool composition, the jacket also comprised of details not found on others, such as large embossed shield of http://cbf.com.br/”>ConfederaÃ§Ã£o Brasileira de Futebol of CBF, the ruling body of soccer in Brazil) on the sleeve. This exclusive for the Brasil Team so won’t be available at any retail locations.