Female supporters have been invited to get behind the national side ‘with an extra dose of style’, by sporting a more revealing version of the Selecao’s famous canary-yellow kit.
Nike have teamed up with the Brazilian designer Pedro Lourenco to produce a low-cut replica of the shirt, which will be available since the tournament’s opening ceremony on June 12.



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  1. Guest

Yes huh, that's the template i've used for this one, because the only thing that have changed is the collar and the sleeve ends, also there is a little lable on the side. So, you're right that i've used the 08/09 template kit but the 09/10 is by myself

  1. Guest

Curswine, i've used the 08/09 template kit from switchimageproject, yes. But i've changed in a 09/10 kit;-) so next time think first before you say something

  1. jeffrey

BTW Switchimageproject doesn't even has the 09/10 kit, i could send you the evidence that i've made it by myself

  1. Paul - curswine

Yeah you&#039;ve barely changed anything, so to distribute this as your own is a total joke, you should get the permission from Azmie (owner of SwitchImageProject) first before you do that.<br /><br />Also this is not a 09/10 template, The shorts are still last years style and the shirt should also contain more detail than what is there now, side panels etc.

  1. jeffrey

so what? I&#039;m free to do what I want. I respect Azmie but if I want to upload it, i&#039;m totally free to do it.

  1. Dylan Keenan

He&#039;s gotta a point there...<br /><br />And I&#039;m sure This is the last of his worries, as it was when I did it...

  1. Paul - curswine

You obviously don&#039;t have respect for him if this is how you treat his work claim it as your own.

  1. Conway Twatty

I'll buy one if that model comes with it!

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