Need to freshen up your support for the Green and White Army?! We’ve got good news for you. The latest Northern Ireland home and away kits have landed for the coming international season.
New for the 2022/23 calendar, adidas has taken inspiration from both landmarks of the country and Northern Ireland’s natural beauty to influence the home and away designs.
Available to cop now in full family sizing, show your support for your nation as they step out at Windsor Park against Kosovo, before making the journey to Greece for the last away day of the Nations League.
Wanna’ hear more? Check out what adidas has done below. ⬇
Dropping in a Tech Forest colourway, the new home shirt has a tonal quadrant design that honours the different shades of the country’s lush green landscape.
Keeping it classic, it features a single button Henley collar for custom coverage, as well as ribbed detailing throughout for a soft touch.
Traditional cues don’t stop there, though, as the iconic Northern Ireland crest at the chest and branding at the nape sign it off.
In contrast, the away shirt lands in a striking EQT Yellow colourway that represents the iconic yellow cranes across Belfast’s skyline.
Reimagining a national treasure with a pinstripe design, the slim-fit shirt has a ribbed crew neckline and short sleeves for unrestricted comfort, whether you’re cheering from home or playing with mates.
If just the shirt won’t cut it, we’ve got the shorts and socks to match. The elasticated waistband has an internal drawcord for a personalised, secure fit. While the knee-length socks have ribbed cuffs and stretchy poly-knit fabric to hold them in place, as well as extra padding underfoot for lightweight cushioning on the pitch.
Both kits are built from adidas’ recycled Primegreen polyester fabric, and combine mesh inserts with sweat-wicking AEROREADY tech for breathable comfort when the game heats up.
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JD Football | November 21, 2023