In celebration of all things football this season, this version of the adidas Busenitz skate shoe draws design inspiration from the legendary Copa Mundial football boot. It features a kangaroo leather upper.
The result of a close, ongoing collaboration with Dennis Busenitz, these signature adidas Busenitz skate shoes take the legendary Copa Mundial and make it skate-ready. Featuring a durable suede upper, supportive GEOFIT™ collar cushioning, recessed eyelets and an extra set of laces.
When the Sambas were introduced, footballers wore them to step up their game on frozen pitches. These adidas shoes are inspired by the classic Samba design. They're refreshed for today's street style with a casual suede upper in a fresh colour.
In light of this summer’s global celebration of football, Hurley is encouraging national pride in and out of the water with the debut of the Phantom National Team boardshorts, supported by the “Fly The Flag” campaign.
The boardshort colors are aligned with the Brasil, France and U.S. national team kit jerseys, with a “home” and “away” variant for U.S. and Brasil. The kits are supplemented with coordinating tees and hats, allowing for soccer and surf fans alike to express national pride.
Nike have released a new Air Max 1 trainer range which pays tribute to the Nike Mercurial football boot - first released in 1998.
The new range includes four different styles, each nodding to a particular variant of the boot. The green and red style refers to the latest, 2014 version, the violet and orange to the 2010 incarnation, the yellow and black to 2006's model and the metallic silver to 2002's.
We've reviewed several items from Admiral's new ranges over the last few days and found them all to be pretty stylish. Well here's a polo shirt from the football-centric manufacturer. A £50 polo shirt.
And that more-or-less sums it up. It is a polo shirt, of that there can be no debate - you can tell from the little button-up collar, see - and it's 100% cotton, assuming that's a thing that's still important to people. Beyond that, squint and it looks a little like a boob tube, or perhaps a nod to Geri Halliwell's non-Union Jack dress from the 1997 Brit Awards, slipping down precariously. What I mean is, should it not be clear, the white at the top is too much of a contrast with the dark red and navy sections lower down. Or is it just me?