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Croatia World Cup 2014 Home & Away Kits, by Nike

posted by Oscar March 3, 2014

Nike Croatia Home Kit 2014_3

Nike Football’s (Nike Soccer for those of us stateside) rolling out more World Cup kits for the national teams that they will be equipping this year. Now it’s Croatia’s turn to show off their new shirts. The home jersey features their iconic red-and-white checkered pattern as seen in their flag on their nation’s coat of arms, with red sleeves and white trim. The shirt also pays homage to Croatia’s birth as a new football nation in 1990, sporting a look very similar to the one worn by the team when they debuted in a match against the US that year.

The away kit is bright blue with the Croatian red-and-white checks running along the shoulders down to the sleeves. Honestly, this might just be the best pair of of kits any team will be rocking at Brazil this summer.

Read the full news release here, see the gallery below. Continue Reading


South Korea World Cup 2014 Home Kit, by Nike

posted by Oscar February 28, 2014

South Korea 2014

Nike has unveiled the “Home Kit” that South Korea will be rocking at World Cup 2014 in Brazil. In its traditional color scheme of red with fringes of blue, the new jersey is sleek and simple, making it great for Korean fans to wear at games/sporting events as well as for the casual sportswear fan to wear out.

For more on the design of the shirt, and choice pictures, see below. Continue Reading


France’s World Cup 2014 Home Kit by Nike

posted by Oscar November 20, 2013

France World Cup 2014 Home Kit

Not 24 hours passed since France secured a spot at World Cup 2014 with a massive 3-0 win over Ukraine (3-2 agg.) and Nike took advantage of the occasion to unveil the “Home Kit” the team will sport next year. While the design keeps it very simple, this is a beautiful shirt to say the least.

The traditional blue shirt features accents of white in its collar, the Nike “swoosh,” and the team’s emblem. The “rooster” on the team’s emblem is also looking a bit more traditional now, unlike the contemporary look it opted for in the last emblem. See more pics below. Continue Reading