Set to be used on the European stage, Nike drop the Inter Milan third shirt for the 21/22 season. The design features a graphic on the front with four bright colours side by side in diagonal stripes, representing the acceptance of diversity and elimination of all forms of discrimination.
Taking inspiration from the values of inclusion and equality, which have been part of Inter’s DNA since the club’s very inception, Nike have unveiled the club’s new third shirt. Set to be used in the Champions League, the shirt adopts a black base with a graphic that’s inspired by the club’s iconic 1989-91 jersey, although it is tweaked to add a deeper significance and meaning to the design.
That tweak sees the graphic arriving in four distinct colours on the diagonal lines (Total Orange/ Green Strike/Chlorine Blue/Lemon Venom), and they stand out all the more for being on the black base. The shirt also features a traditional collar and placket design, offering up a nice point of difference to the home and away shirts, while the club’s founding principle is reiterated inside the kit with the words “Brothers and Sisters of the World”.
The kit that the players will wear on the pitch and the replica jerseys for fans are made from at least 95percent recycled plastic bottles: a revolutionary kit that combines high performance with a production philosophy that focuses on reducing the impact on the environment.