england 2010 12 umbro away kit

Following the success of the iconic, groundbreaking England home kit, Umbro revealed some of the details around the new 10/12 England away kit – which will be available through the FSC shop and worn for the first time on March 3rd when England play Egypt at Wembley.

-See the picture gallery after the break-

The away shirt has been created by acclaimed conceptual designer Aitor Throup, using a unique 3D form constructed specifically for this task. The finished piece combines a smart aesthetic with strong performance-driven technology.

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Comments (3)

  1. fsc

Let´s make a hughe fuzz around a FOOTBALL SHIRT and charge the numb fans a few quids more, and sell them a red shirt(probably same as the home, only the color and collar changed)<br /><br />Jippieh...financial crisis my ar.se...lets spend our money on plain football shirts with a created story around it.<br /><br /> :lol: <br /><br />It´s soooo sad!

 
  1. fsc

Very cool concept. But the simple basics can be dangerous all the time. ;-)

 
  1. fsc

so fabri,<br /><br /> youre a truly victim of this marketing joke? Cool concept and hordes of classy designers producing a unique shirt(which can win the world cup by wearing alone ) Especially those "fabric" stuff (special materials which improve youre fitness and skills)make me laugh my ars.se off.<br /><br />I personally, and am aware of the fact that am on the wrong website at all, think football shirts and all the "releasing secret" cra.p is a complete rip off ,of a society with too much money and too few real problems in life.<br /><br />Completely meaningless and there are better things in life, which you can spend youre money on. Your children, books, holidays.... for example

 
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