Sabtu, 20 Agustus 2011
The shirt is produced by Puma and gives the team a new fresh look. I hoe the new kaos bola will give spirit to the team team and have more triumph in the the Barclays Premier League.
This is Kaos Bola Aston Villa unveiled stylish new away soccer jersey kit for the 2011-12 campaign. The white and pale grey change shirt with a claret trim collar, as modelled by star striker Gabby Agbonlahor, kaos bola Aston Villa is available for pre-order now and will go on sale from July 14. Kaos Bola Aston Villa is sponsored by Genting Casinos from Genting Group (A Malaysian Corporation).
The soccer jersey shirt is made from Nike Considered recycled material, both the shirt and shorts are produced using up to 13 discarded plastic water bottles, making it Nike's greenest ever kit. This new manufacturing process reduces energy consumption by up to 30 per cent compared to traditional polyester and saves nearly 100 million plastic water bottles from being dumped at landfill sites.
Rabu, 03 Agustus 2011
Liverpool and Adidas have officially unveiled Liverpool’s third shirt for the 2011-12 Premier League season.
Pictured above, Liverpool’s third jersey is white with black and cyan blue trim. The sleeves of the shirt feature the iconic three stripes from Adidas (which are blue, in this case), while the collar is black with a cyan blue and black diagonal strip down the right chest area.
According to Adidas, the new Liverpool FC third kit takes its design inspiration from the classic tracksuit tops worn by the infamous LFC teams of the mid 1980’s, incorporating the diagonal stripe across the front of the shirt.
Adidas adds that the inclusion of cyan blue in the shirt design dates back to Liverpool’s first home kit worn almost 120 years ago which incorporated alternate white and blue halves – it wasn’t until Bill Shankly became manager that the home kit became completely red, in 1964.
The cyan blue is used throughout the kit and incorporated into the design through the iconic Adidas three stripes across the shoulders and the shirt sponsor. The shirts main design features diagonal stripes in black and cyan blue over the right shoulder and continuing around the trim of the sleeve to create a modern, stylish look whilst giving a nostalgic nod to the club’s illustrious past. A closer look at the shirt reveals further subtle design features including a diagonal, tonal emboss running through the fabric.