Nike Launches New France Football Federation Away Jersey
Written By: beans|
Feb 26, 2013
Since taking over as kit suppliers to the French National Team, Nike has done a pretty outstanding job with the jerseys. The first home and away were pretty amazing (especially the home) and they have done it again with this away jersey. Featured in a pale blue colorway with red, white and blue trim on the sleeves and navy hits for the FFF crest and Nike swoosh. From the picture above, it looks like the collection that supports the jersey is on point as well. From Nike:
The distinctive new look is also testimony to the ambitions of the new French Football teams, fusing French tradition with style and pride.The shirt has a button collar and the iconic French cockerel crest. Both sleeves have a tricolore motif while another tricolore detail can be found on the right sleeve. The signature “our differences bring us together”, found on the French national team kits since 2011, is printed in the inside of the shirt, just below the collar.The pale blue also adorns the shorts and socks. The shorts have the tricolore detail on each side, while the top of the socks also sport the famous red, white and blue of the French flag.
In line with Nike’s commitment to combining performance with lower environmental impact, fabric for the new kit’s shorts is made with 100% recycled polyester, while the shirt fabric is made with a minimum 96% recycled polyester. Each kit is made using an average 13 recycled plastic bottles.
THE SPORTSWEAR COLLECTION
Fans will be able to express their love of the game on and off pitch, thanks to the new Nike FFF sportswear collection, featuring hoodies, tees and jackets. The apparel collection is adorning the crest and offers a casual and comfortable look.
The new away kit and Nike FFF sportswear collectioin is seen here on Vincent Clerc (rugby), Raphael Varane (football), Malik Bentalha (actor), Blaise Matuidi (football), David Fernandes (football), Corinne Franco (football) and Renaud Lavilennie (pole vault).
More looks after the jump.
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