Chelsea 2020-2021 second away (third) soccer jersey

Posted by hisoccerkits on

Nike and the Premier League Chelsea club jointly announced the team's new second away soccer jersey for the 2020-2021 season.
All along, football fans have always appeared in the stands wearing Nike Air Max. Players often flock to the limited and limited edition Air Max. The natural connection between football and trendy shoe culture is praised by weaving the admirable club identity with the legendary trendy shoe design in the jersey. Each model has a unique and exclusive design, which will help clubs in the new era. The European competition of the season competes for honor.
The combination of the club’s identity and the history of Air Max gave birth to a series of the most distinctive jerseys in recent years.

“The combination of Air Max and football jersey culture is the ultimate combination of streetwear and sports,” said Scott Munson, vice president of Nike Football Apparel. “We know that we must fully respect the club and its identity, but We quickly discovered that this was a very pleasant "marriage." These soccer jerseys / football shirt uniform kits are very fashionable and creative, and they look great on the stadium and on the streets."
Although the long history of the original Air Max color scheme has had a great impact on the design of the new men soccer jersey, but inspired by the project, Nike still created a brand new Air Max for each club and will be released as part of a larger series. .

Chelsea's second away jersey in the new season has a unique atmosphere of the 1990s, and its color and design are easily reminiscent of the jerseys of that era. The original Nike Air Max 180 also left its footprints in the streets of London at that time, and the new jersey effortlessly combined the two. The new jersey is presented in stripes and gradients with the style of the 1990s. The combination of ocean blue, ember red and white refers to the retro Chelsea away jersey and the classic OG 180 color scheme.


Leave a comment

Please note, comments must be approved before they are published