Pune: Adidas Football and Arsenal launches a progressive new era for the London club. Revealing a fresh new home strip design that nods to the iconic adidas shirts of the past with a distinctively modern twist, the debut collection sets the tone for an innovative new partnership.
The all-new kit design for the 2019/20 season
features a classic all-over red body, complimented by popping white sleeves and
contrasting collar. The white high collar design is emblazoned with a central
red stripe and black trimming. This design is repeated on both sleeves and the
distinctive three stripes run across the shoulder in a bright white.
The 2019/20 home kit kicks off the brand-new
partnership between adidas and Arsenal, which aims to push the club forward
both on and off the pitch.
Following on from the launch
of Arsenal‘s home kit, adidas Football has also revealed
the away jersey the club will wear for the 2019/20 season. The design is an
update of Arsenal’s iconic “bruised banana” kit, worn by the London club during
its previous adidas partnership in the early ’90s.
The 2019/20 kit — modelled by members
of the Arsenal squad and James Harden — features a modernized version
of the classic design, with a minimal, shaded zig-zag pattern across the bright
yellow jersey. Other features include navy detailing on the crew neck collar,
Three Stripe shoulder branding and logo. The use of navy is also a nod to the
colors used in the 1991-93 kit.
The Arsenal away and home kits
are now available across all adidas retail stores and on shop.adidas.co.in at
INR 4,999 (adults) & INR 3,299 (kids).
For further information
please visit adidas.com/football or follow @adidasfootball on Instagram or
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