Bayern Munich Unveil 2015/16 Home Kit
Last Saturday, German Champions Bayern Munich faced Augsburg in their all red 15/16 home kit. Adidas designed a simple yet very attractive look, combining two shades of red with some minor white details, creating a clean and fresh look for the likes of Robert Lewandowski, Bastian Schweinsteiger and Arjen Robben.
Adidas and AC Milan unveil 15/16 home kit
AC Milan worn their brand new 15/16 home kit in their 2-1 victory over Roma at San Siro. The kit is a combination of the club’s most traditional look with modern interpretations. It features their classic Rossoneri stripes, combined with grey details and a reference to the Expo2015, to take place this year in Milan.
Tottenham Unveil 2015/16 Home Jersey
Early today, Tottenham Hotspur and Under Armour revealed the Spur’s new 15/16 home kit. The jersey has a striking diagonal sash made up of 6 navy stripes that runs from the right shoulder down to the waist on the right side of the jersey, creating a different look for the North London club. The kit is completed by blue shorts and white socks.
The Heat is on: Hypervenom Phantom Transform
Nike surprised everyone with their new Hypervenom Phantom Transform colorway, probably the last before the relase of the new Hypervenom II. These cleats feature a heat-activating material on the upper that reacts to reveal a vibrant orange pattern as the cleat is worn, returning to basic black shortly after the cleat is taken off.
SpeedForm Cleat Launched by Under Armour
Two days ago Under Armour released their new silo, the Speedform. These cleats, used by new Manchester United star Memphis Depay, are specially designed to create an unique feel thanks to their fit cut that molds to the foot. This is achieved thanks to their seamless molded heel cup and form-fitting mesh upper.
This is it for this week’s recap. Keep visiting the blog next week as Nike new Hypervenom II cleats will be revealed, along with more kit launches and features!