Monday, March 20, 2017
England national team 2017 season away blue jersey
On Wednesday, the England national team will be in Dortmund Westphalia Stadium and the German national team for a friendly match, is the service "Three Lions" will be the first time wearing a new away jersey. Nike company together with the British Football Federation today officially announced this new jersey, the national team No. 9 - young striker Marcus Rashford (Marcus Rashford) wearing a new shirt debut. "Three Lions" new road jersey overall Navy blue, as with the two last year, the new jersey, the use of advanced Nike AeroSwift innovative technology, chest woven by a unique process from the geometric structure of the structure to enhance the comfort, the bottom The small piece of the grid also brings an extra cool feeling. Shiny silver with sky blue "three lions" badge in the dark jersey chest stand out, above the blue five-pointed star recorded the national team in 1966 the local World Cup in the summit. The new away shorts and socks are navy blue, the socks of the rear is eye-catching linear graphics, highlighting the football players full of calf parts, and thus strengthen the speed of the show. AeroSwift Vapor jersey is the most technologically advanced jersey of Nike. Jersey than the previous style weight reduced by 10%, flexibility increased by 50%. The new jersey uses a new high-performance yarn, making the perspiration speed than the previous increase of 20%, quick drying rate increased by 25%. In addition, in the shirt and shorts, the new weaving method will be combined with single and double layers to improve the permeability, flexibility and comfort. In the jersey design Nike will be environmentally friendly in the first place, with recycled polyester manufacturing jersey, but also to ensure that the jersey with unparalleled performance advantages and the impact on the environment smaller. Each set of jerseys - including blouses, shorts and socks, are made of recycled plastic, which comes from recyclable plastic bottles that produce good yarns by degrading these raw materials to form the fabric body of the wholesale soccer jersey. Each jersey uses an average of 16 recycled plastic bottles. Since 2010, Nike has recycle nearly 3 billion waste plastic bottles from landfills - enough to fill 5200 soccer fields.