This latest lifestyle drop from Brazil takes us on a nostalgia trip. The new jerseys for Athletico, Grêmio, Santos, Sport Recife, Fluminense, Avaí and Chapecoense are fuelled by classic looks, proud traditions and huge moments. Graphics, logos and colourways from each era are preserved for an authentic look and feel.
The Atletico jersey takes us back to 1997 when our partnership with the club began. Styled in red and black stripes, it features a polo collar and retro club crest.
For Grêmio, it’s all about 1981 and the club’s first Brazilian Championship. Those blue, white and black stripes, simple white stub collar and cuffs deliver a clean, sophisticated, and timeless look.
1963 was a truly momentous year for Santos, when they celebrated a second consecutive Libertadores trophy and topped it off by winning the Intercontinental cup. The jersey honours those achievements with the iconic black and white stripes combined with a black looped collar.
Sport Club do Recife’s jersey is a throwback to 1955 and the kit worn during the Pernambuco title-winning season. It features black and red horizontal stripes and an over-sized embroidered crest.
In 1985, Fluminense added a third Campeonato Carioca trophy to their cabinet. Inspired by this moment, their jersey features the club’s iconic colours of red, green, and white. The look is completed with a white V-neck collar and cuffs.
Avaí’s jersey keeps it simple but stylish. Inspired by the club’s 1988 Santa Catarina Championship kit, the blue jersey features a classic V-neck collar.
Also celebrating a Santa Catarina Championship, Chapecoense’s jersey takes it back to 1977. The green jersey features a traditional white V-neck collar and striped cuffs on the sleeves.