As the new Premier League season kick off, that also means team are donning their third kit.
These days clubs release new jerseys every season so the pressure is on to come up with new and unique designs to keep fans interested.
A striking change strip is always important and those manufacturing the kit have plenty to consider.
Club history is important and originality too.
Chelsea's 2020/21 third kit combines vintage club colours, Nike sneaker heritage and a dose of 1990s nostalgia to create a fresh new for the new season.
The Blue's new design is heavily influence by the much- loved Air Max 180 , a shoe which was first released in 1991 and also shares the inspiration of the Chelsea kits of the era.
The colours shine through a third kit which takes all those influences and creates a sharp , modern football kit.
The primary colour is ember glow, with ultramarine blue paying a strong supporting role. The blue appears on the jersey's V- neck collar, shoulders and on vertical stripes which gradually fade away down the front of the shirt. Ember glow shorts and socks complete the full look.
Here are pictures below:
The Air Max 180
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