Arsenal and adidas Originals have continued their partnership with a new retro-inspired collection, drawing inspiration from their first partnership between 1986 and 1994. The collection itself includes a sweatshirt, t-shirt and zip-up jacket, as well than the soccer jersey that stands out. .
The shirt is a remake of the away kit worn in the 1993/94 season and is available in short-sleeved and long-sleeved versions. The yellow design stands out with its diagonal stripes, vintage Arsenal crest and adidas EQT logo.
Unveiling the collection, Arsenal legend Ian Wright said:
“I have incredible memories of playing in the adidas EQT shirt during the 93/94 season, and it’s great to celebrate that era with such a comprehensive and appropriate collection.
The lineup has all the classics and we had a great time on set playing our various roles. I even had to remind some of the lads and ladies in the first team that we won the Cup Winners’ Cup that season, so now that it’s back we have to win something!
The collection is to be worn by Arsenal’s men’s and women’s teams as they prepare for four key matches between December 9 and 15, with all pieces released via the adidas online store and official club stores on December 13.
For more football and fashion crossovers, take a look at Moncler’s recent collab with Inter Milan.