Nike Unveils England's 2018 National Team Kits

Classic colors receive a graphic facelift.

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As football season is well underway, Nike broke down the rationale behind 2018’s England Football Association collection, which blends the country’s heritage with contemporary design for sophisticated new gear.

Encompassing Home and Away kits, along with traveling outfits. The Home set encompasses white shirts and blue shorts, as is tradition for the FA’s looks. St. George’s Cross and the Three Lions crest solidify the shirt’s referential nods to British history, executed in a sleek fit. Inspired by 1966’s colors, the two-tone red and white Away kit boasts a modern St. George’s Cross along with speed-evoking stripes that nod to England’s youthful football talents. For the senior men’s team, Nike has readied everything from trim NSW Tech Fleece tracksuits to an all-white Anthem Jacket intended for wear in frosty Russia. 1982’s looks inspired the pre-match top, acting as yet another salute toward’s the country’s heritage.

Read up on the kits and their designs on Nike’s website. In other big Nike football news, Virgil Abloh teased his collaborative Mercurial VaporMax sneakers.

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