Inter Milan revealed the new 20/21 Home kit by Nike.

Inspired by the pioneering work of Milanese designers in the 1980s, Inter’s new home kit celebrates the city through a striking aesthetic that symbolizes the shared identity of the club and the people it represents.

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“We continue our pursuit of challenging the club’s traditional striped identity, this time drawing inspiration from one of Milan’s most important design movements,” says Nike’s Scott Munson, VP, Nike Football Apparel. “The zigzag graphic is a staple of post-modernist design and is also reminiscent of the slithering Biscione. The result is a radically unexpected home kit.”

The design takes the bold colours and shapes of post-modernism and uses them to reimagine the famous Nerazzurri stripes in a pop style, featuring waves and zigzags. The thick black and blue stripes snake down the front of the jersey in a manner that also references the Biscione, a powerful club symbol.

The new Inter jerseys feature a crew neck collar and black side stripes. A premium crest and white Nike Swoosh sit on the chest. Black shorts and blue socks complete the head-to-toe look. The word "Inter," printed in a post-modern font, appears midway up the shin and also inside the shirt as an inner-pride feature.

View the: Inter Milan 2020-21 Away Kit

View the: Inter Milan 2020-21 Third Kit

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Comments (20)

  1. Bob24

That is dreadful.

 
  1. Iain

awful

 
  1. Russel1311

The shirt is awful, yes - but the description is so much worse.

 
  1. Mera Pyar

Jiggy Jiggy, . sad kit

 
  1. Big Jesus Trashcan

Nay, nay and thrice nay

 
  1. Big Jesus Trashcan

Very apt being sponsored by Pirelli it looks like a truck tyre has ran over it

 
  1. Steviemick    Big Jesus Trashcan

Absolutely nailed it with your description.

Unlike Nike in their's
which was total bollocks

 
  1. Tom M

Wow. So cool.
I haven't bought a footy shirt in 10 years, but think I might get this

 
  1. Hot John

That is atrocious. And all the bollocks spouted to justify this abomination would be an insult to the intelligence of a toad. Somebody at Nike needs sacking.

 
  1. Ford Prefect

Would be alright as a training top.

But the sheer Vogonity of that description... chuck 'em out of the airlock.

 
  1. Lutz

....welcome to the family of clowns and harlequins

 
  1. Ray Gwarn

I Hate Nike, theyve never been able to make good football kits ever ... still, the design looks OK on this

 
  1. piegrim    Ray Gwarn

One masterpiece was the Atlético centenary shirt, in design and material.

 
  1. Trevor    piegrim

Baggashite

 
  1. Sam Siro

Fucking disgrace.

 
  1. BarryJambo

Fuck yeah. Get in my veins.

 
  1. More Annoyed

“The zigzag graphic is a staple of post-modernist design and is also reminiscent of the slithering Biscione. The result is a radically unexpected home kit.”

Ladies & Gentlemen: I give you Jean Baudrillard.

ARSE.

 
  1. Far Acre

Why do people hate this? This is fucking fantastic in my opinion. 10/10 from me.

 
  1. DJ

Sunday pub league shirt. I think Lionel the hair stylist had something to do with this one. How to ruin an iconic kit.

 
  1. Michael Flynn - Canada.

The Inter home shirt - black and blue straight stripes - is considered by many to be one of the iconic football shirts.

I do not believe you "mess" about with the stripes.
You "leave them be"!!

The Inter Home centenary shirt and the one they won Champions League in are great examples!

The Inter away white shirt a few years ago, that had the serpent down the shoulder and side of shirt was a good example of a "different" Inter away shirt.

This shirt should be a 3rd, 4th or Training shirt, NO WAY the 1st or Home Shirt!

I am an Inter fan and I generally buy the new Home Shirt every year - but I will save my money - not buying this one!

 
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