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Manchester United Release 2014/15 Home Jersey

New United Home Kit

After several weeks of speculation and draft images, we officially have release details on the new Manchester United home kit for the 2014-15 season. As you would expect, the kit proudly embodies the club’s purest and most authentic identity – the red, white and black colors instantly recognized and revered around the world.

This kit features a red shirt, white collar and cuffs with a red-and-black trim and is completed by white shorts and black socks with a red band. The shirt welcomes the return of the white collar, which for the first time is a ribbed crew-neck design. The bottom of the collar has a subtle chevron finish to replicate the pattern used on the chest of United shirts as far back as the early 20th century.

The button hidden in the collar is unique to the shirt — red with a black trim and engraved with the club name. Inside the back of the neck is a small label with the message: “Youth, Courage, Greatness” to represent the club’s values.

On the back of the shirt below the neck is a black devil from the club crest, and across the back is a series of chevrons in engineered mesh to emphasize the importance of the shape to United.

For those hardcore fans looking to get their hands on a jersey ASAP, you can pre-order today from WorldSoccerShop.

Man United 2015 Kit

Manchester_United 2015 Jersey

NIKE DRI-FIT TECHNOLOGY

Nike Dri-Fit technology draws sweat away from the body to the exterior of the shirts and shorts where it quickly evaporates. This helps players to perform at their absolute best by remaining cooler, drier and more comfortable.

The laser-cut ventilation holes and mesh panels featured in key areas of the kit are designed to increase air circulation to the players’ bodies and helping regulate their temperatures throughout ninety minutes on the pitch.

The kits are made of a new dual-knit fabric consisting of both cotton and recycled polyester, which as well as removing sweat offers a softer feel and an overall more flattering appearance.

ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITY

Nike continues to place environmental sustainability at the heart of their kits, which are again made from recycled polyester this year. These kits have been created to provide both unrivalled performance benefits and lower environmental impact.

The kits are made from recycled plastic water bottles. The shorts are 100 percent recycled polyester; the shirts are 96 percent recycled polyester, while the socks are 78 percent.

Each kit is made using an average of 18 recycled plastic bottles, and over the last four years Nike has diverted almost two billion of these bottles from landfills to produce their kits.

By using recycled polyester Nike is also reducing the energy consumed in the entire process by up to 30 percent.

A NEW AND UPDATED PERFECT FIT

Nike took 3D body scans of many of the world’s leading footballers to create a kit with an updated and perfect new fit. The new fit allows the body to move more naturally within the kit, and so effortlessly improves players’ comfort and performance.

The Nike Elite Match fit sock for 2014 also boasts a sleeker and updated design created especially for football.

Nike’s designers spoke to many of today’s elite players to gain an insight in to what they wanted from a sock during a game. There are now strategically cushioned zones to provide comfort and protection around the big toe and the anklebones where the majority of impact occurs, while arch support provides a firm foundation for the foot to prevent any slipping.

There is less material on the sock to enhance players’ touch, while flex grooves on the ankle and top of the foot prevent bunching.

New MUFC Jersey

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3 comments

  1. Matthew Vincent

    No mention of how the Chevrolet Logo looks?
    I thought you reviewed stuff, this sounds like an advertisement.

  2. Hahaha. That logo looks so out of place on a Man U shirt. 'Merica… F' yeah!

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