- Oct 3, 1999
Adidas is smart. The kits just cater to different segments of the fan base. Something for everyone to buy.
My kid loves the 3rd kit. I can imagine there ‘lol be lots sold, more than the away kit. I think I’ll buy the shorts too for myself, as a kit it’s horrendous, but each item individually isn’t too bad
Now that is nice. Why can’t they do a white version of this for the 3rd kit? Simple designs work best, not the eye vomit inducing dead zebra designAdidas quietly released this 'icon' shirt as well yesterday: https://www.adidas.co.uk/manchester-united-icons-long-sleeve-top/FR3853.html
want into my local adidas store yesterday and saw this kit.Absolutely horrid kit.
Just ordered it. Yes, fecking yes.Adidas quietly released this 'icon' shirt as well yesterday: https://www.adidas.co.uk/manchester-united-icons-long-sleeve-top/FR3853.html
It would've looked good under a shell tracksuit while off your tits in The Hacienda back in the day.The home and away kits are pretty decent, but there really can’t be any serious argument that the third kit is horrendous.
Posters here endorsing this atrocity have to be fecking with the rest of us, which I can respect. A little levity during these troubled times is probably a good thing.
It cant happen. Footwear is sold to what top players wear. Players are tied to footwear of their own sponsors by the way.Matching trainers anyone?
Not sure if there are legalities relating to linking to particular UK retailers selling the item, so I’ll link to the US Adidas site