Patta Teams With NR Ennerre for Maradona-Inspired "No. 10" Football Jersey

Dutch streetwear company meets heritage Italian sportswear manufacturer on this Naples-esque jersey.

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Patta has teamed with heritage Italian sportswear manufacturer NR Ennerre for a Diego Maradona-inspired “No. 10” football jersey. Drawing from the kits worn by Italian football club Naples during its UEFA Cup-winning, Maradona-lead ‘88-’89 season, the jersey blends Patta’s signature streetwear flair with NR Ennerre’s knack for authentic athletic quality.

Made in Italy of fine acrylic material, the jersey is dressed in Naples blue with a V-neck cut and a polo shirt-style collar. A large black Patta wordmark replaces sponsor branding on the chest, while a green NR embroidered appliqué and Patta panther patch are present towards the shoulders. On the back is Maradona’s #10 in white, attached by way of a vivid zig-zag stitch. In classic NR Ennerre fashion, the jersey is highly stretchy and resilient, meaning it only comes in two sizes: one that fits S, M and L, the other that fits XL and XXL.

The Patta x NR Ennerre “No. 10” jersey will see a pre-release on the Patta app June 10, then hit the Patta webstore and retail outposts in Amsterdam and Milan two days later on June 12. The MSRP has yet to be announced.

For more fashion news, check out everything that’s releasing this week as part of the fifth drop from Palace’s Summer 2020 season.

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Patta x NR Ennerre “No.10” Jersey

Photographer
Pasqual Amade
Model
Lino Luc

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