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Real Madrid and adidas Reveal New 2017/18 Kits

posted by Oscar June 14, 2017

The biggest team in the world today, Real Madrid have unveiled their new kits for the forthcoming 2017/18 season. The club’s latest jerseys were inspired by the club’s loyal fans – the Madridistas – and the city of Madrid.

The current title-holders of the most recent editions of the Spanish La Liga and the Champions League, Real Madrid are set to defend their crowns in the new kits. The Home jersey, in its iconic white, features the introduction of sky blue stripes and branding that was inspired by the Madrid sky to represent the connection between the club and the city. A memorial stamp at the bottom of the jersey commemorates the club’s 115-year anniversary.

The new away jersey draws inspiration from previous black Madrid kits worn by the club in some of its most successful moments. The jersey continues the theme of the home kit with a new trim color – this time with turquoise green stripes. The Real Madrid logo is re-imagined in turquoise green with a neon effect to stand out against the black.

Get the new 2017/18 Home & Away kits here: goo.gl/2bs6nW

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Chelsea FC 2015-16 Third Kit, by adidas

posted by Oscar August 21, 2015

Chelsea FC 2015-16 Third Kit

The Premier League is underway and today brings the news of what Chelsea will be wearing as a third kit for this 2015-16 season. The London team is going back to black with a jersey very much like their Home & Away kits for this campaign, but there’s something about a crisp black kit that anyone can appreciate.

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Manchester United 2015-16 Home Kit, by adidas

posted by Oscar August 1, 2015

The 2015-16 will see Manchester United reunite with adidas. The northern English club’s new shirt is inspired by the classic three-stripe United kits from the 1980s with a modern twist.

The new home kit, which will be debuted in the opening game of the season at Old Trafford, features a classic v neck cut collar and three stripe design down the shoulder. There is also a graphic design on the hem of the shirt taken from the 1990 shirt famously worn by Ryan Giggs in his debut season.

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Juventus 2015-16 Home and Away Kits, by adidas

posted by Oscar July 1, 2015

Juventus 2015-16

Today marks the first day of Juventus’ kit partnership with adidas that will last until 2021 and to mark the occasion the Italian giants have unveiled both their Home and Away kits for the upcoming season.

The new Home kit remains faithful to the team’s iconic black and white stripes look, this tume around they are not outlined but rather they intersect, creating integration between both colors. The black hem at the bottom of the jersey displays a tonal graphic print featuring the J letter, the club symbol, and some details evoking the unique exterior design of the Juventus Stadium.

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Real Madrid 2015-2016 Home & Away Kits, by adidas

posted by Oscar June 15, 2015

Real Madrid 2015-2016 Home Kit

 

Spanish giants Real Madrid and adidas today present the new kits for the team’s 2015-2016 season. The new kits are meant to follow a theme of “only perfect counts,” an idea embodied in the color combinations of the new home and away kits.

The Home shirt is in its customary white and it is combined with silver grey in the three stripes of the shirt. Inside the neck you’ll find the club crest with the inscription “hala madrid y nada más” (“Come on Madrid and nothing else,” from the club anthem) in silver grey. The crest stands out on the white and grey and displays the traditional colors of the club in a high-density, heat-sealed execution with different textures.

The new Away kit ditches the bright pink used last year for the silver grey used as an accent in the Home kit. The metallic tone was used as an homage to all the trophies that Real Madrid has won throughout its rich history and all the trophies it strives to win. This color is called Silver Glory and represents all of the trophies that Real Madrid has conquered, woven into a unique and unequalled shirt.

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adidas Reveals Messi15 Cleats

posted by Oscar June 1, 2015

In anticipation of this weekend’s UEFA Champions League Final in Berlin adidas has delivered the latest design for Lionel Messis’ MESSI15. The new MESSI15 were crafted to serve Leo Messi’s unique talents so adidas created a silo designed solely with one player in mind.

Leo Messi, arguably the best player in the world, will wear the adidas MESSI15 for the first time at the UEFA Champions League Final in Berlin on Sat., June 6. The cleat is available on adidas.com for $220 on July 1.

For further information please visit www.adidas.com/bethedifference or go to facebook.com/adidassoccer or follow@adidassoccer adidassoccer #BeTheDifference on Twitter or Instagram to join the conversation.

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New Lionel Messi Boots by adidas: Pibe de Barr10

posted by Oscar March 20, 2015

From the adidas release: “Today adidas unveiled the Pibe de Barr10, inspired by the Barrio of Las Heras, Rosario, where Messi learned to play the game. Designed in collaboration with Rosario-born graphic artist Ignacio Valentini, the Pibe de Barr10 pays tribute to Messi’s childhood. Fusing urban-inspired raw brush strokes with polished sleekness on the synthetic hybrid touch upper, the cleat embodies Leo Messi’s soccer style. The speed traxion stud alignment and outsole are modeled on sprinters’ spikes, to provide the speed and agility to dominate on the pitch. 360˚ DRIBBLETEX coating provides for unprecedented control. In wet or dry conditions, the ball will stick like glue.”

Said Leo Messi:

“I did leave Rosario when I was young, but I still have my people, my neighborhood, and my favorite spots. Pibe de Barr10 have a lot to do with my life, my childhood and a lot to do with me.”

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Chicago Fire 2015 Secondary Kit, by adidas

posted by Oscar March 2, 2015

For this season’s secondary kit, the Chicago Fire have drawn inspiration from the city it calls home. The new jersey follows a hometown theme with parallel light blue bars across the chest, as seen on the flag of the City of Chicago. The full version of that flag is located on the back neck of the jersey with the words “Chicago Fire Soccer Club” printed inside the blue bars. Another feature seen on the kit is found on the inside neck tape, which bears the club’s long-time slogan: “Tradition, Honor, Passion.”

The club’s new secondary kit for the 2015 season will see its debut on March 22 at San Jose and they are scheduled to wear it 14 times over the 34-game regular season.

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Real Madrid 2014-15 Third Kit, by Adidas

posted by Oscar August 26, 2014

Real Madrid 2014-15 Third Kit

The 2014-15 season is well underway but it still served as a good enough time for adidas to unveil this year’s third kit for Spanish giants, Real Madrid.

The alternate uniform for this season is a return to black and will be the club’s UEFA Champions League kit. The all-black look was designed by Japanese design revolutionary and long term adidas collaborator Yohji Yamamoto, making this a collaboration between a global design legend and one of the biggest clubs in the world. 1500 jerseys will be available on selected retailers worldwide and will come in an exclusive packaging (1200 PCS in handmade commemorative box and 300 PCS with an exclusive dragon egg packaging). The exclusive jerseys themselves bear the Yohji Yamamoto’s personal signature and the number 3 representing the iconic three stripes of adidas.

According to the news release:

The design collaboration aims to unify the values of Madridismo focused on its two main elements, greatness and determination. Both elements are represented by two mythical beasts which originate from the Eastern culture and are interlaced on the front of the shirt.

Dragon king symbolizes the greatness, glory and power of the club. Dragon bird, an animal that is able to relive in the most hostile situations, represents the clubs resistance, determination and agility on its way to the victory

See a full gallery below. The shirt is available as of today, August 26th. Continue Reading

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Adidas Unveils Special Birthday Boots for Lionel Messi

posted by Oscar June 24, 2014

Messi Birthday Boots

Today is Lionel Messi’s birthday and adidas has decided to help the phenom celebrate by unveiling a special edition of the boots/shoes the Argentina international sports. Messi first tried on his new boots in training on his 27th birthday today, before closing out group stage play with Argentina tomorrow (June 25th) against Nigeria in Porto Alegre.

The new boots are a birthday edition of the adizeroTM f50 Messi boots with with a new color scheme of green, blue, pink, orange and white, along with the iconic adidas three stripes.

A total of just 27 pairs of the special edition “Messi Birthday Boots” were made – celebrating each year of Messi’s life – with two exclusive signed pairs to be given away on a competition by @teammessi on his birthday.

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AC Milan 2014/15 Home and Third Kits, by adidas

posted by Oscar May 5, 2014

AC Milan 2014:15 Home Kit

This year’s league seasons are coming to a close and champions are being crowned all around the World, but today we get a look at the next season in Italy’s Serie A with AC Milan’s release of their 2014/15 Home and Third Kits.

Designed by adidas, the home kit follows the traditional black and red stripes design but with some notable differences in the variation of the tonal red bars and the use of the flag of the city of Milan over the heart of the shirt in place of the team badge (much like the very first shirt the club wore). The third kit, which will make its debut next Sunday for the match versus Atalanta, features an original yellow/green kit design inspired by the traditional Brazilian colors to pay tribute to the hosts of the FIFA World Cup™ 2014 and the Brazilian players that have continuously made history for AC Milan.

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