Inter have rounded out their line of 2021/22 kits with a bold third strip designed to promote the club’s push for equality and inclusion in society.
The Nerazzurri have divided opinion with two snake-themed home and away kits for the current campaign, with some fans head over heels in love with them and others blasting them for straying away from tradition. In other words, it’s the same as basically every kit release these days.
That sentiment is going to stick around with the third kit, which is covered in all sorts of bold colours designed to represent diversity and promote the removal of all forms of discrimination.
On a black base, the polo-necked shirt features four bright colours – blue, orange, green and yellow – in diagonal stripes in a block across the middle of the shirt, with those same tones being used to highlight other areas of the shirt.
The Inter crest is green and blue, while the Nike logo is a bold orange, and the player names and numbers also stand out in bright colours against the dark background.
Inside the kit, the words “Brothers and Sisters of the World” have been printed as a show of how a mutual love of Inter has brought people from all walks of life together – a message the club are keen to promote.
As is the case with Nike kits these days, the shirt will be made from at least 95% recycled plastic bottles, promoting an elite performance while simultaneously doing its part to protect the environment.
Fans looking to pick up the third kit can do so now on Nike.com or the Inter club store, and it will also be made available in most major retailers on September 17.