We are at this time of year when the kits for next season start appearing online, and the latest bunch to join the fun is the third PUMA kit.
PUMA works with some of the biggest teams in the game in Europe, such as Manchester City, AC Milan, Borussia Dortmund and Marseille, some of the most eye-catching names on the PUMA team.
Thanks to the people at Todo Sobre Camisetas, we were given a brief summary of what PUMA is scheduled to offer us for the 2021/22 season, and … Yes.
By removing the T-shirt badge, PUMA seems to be on the path to using team names. It is assumed that the order of the marker is: “Your badge may change over time, but your name leaves a legacy.”
We saw this with the shirts of their national team, which were simple and generally offensive. Italy’s shirt is actually quite clean.
However, the clubs did their fair share of the insults online.
As for the colors of the shirts, they are quite standard.
The city got the main color “peacock” (fleet for all of us, normal people), Dortmund will keep its electric yellow color, Milan will turn black, and Marseille will shake bright blue. All of them will be combined with the iconic colors of each time to add a touch of individuality to each.
The biggest aspect of any shirt is the sponsor’s logo, which takes a proud place right in the middle of the chest. Milan’s outdated image still says “sponsoring”, but that’s what Fly Emirates will obviously say when it’s all said and done.
PUMA has joined Nike and adidas is taking a global approach to their kits, creating a basic idea and then sculpting it to meet the needs of each of their teams.
We are still waiting for the projects for Gladbach, Eindhoven and Valencia, but if they are something like these, there will be a few more debates on Twitter.
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