French heavyweights, Paris Saint-Germain have launched a striking new third jersey “to highlight the talent of their outstanding 2021/22 squad.”
The third jersey, which is predominantly black and grey, was officially launched on Monday. The club stated that the jersey is inspired by the shirts in which the club has dazzled since the 1990s and which have remained etched in the Parisian supporters’ memories.
“Because its colours are so restrained, the 21/22 Third strip is the perfect backdrop to highlight the exploits of the Parisian players, particularly on the European stage where their appearances are eagerly anticipated by football lovers across the globe,” the club said.
“The 21/22 Third jerseys are made from 100% recycled polyester which comes from plastic bottles. This manufacturing method combines top-quality performance with a reduced carbon footprint.”
“No other sport captures global attention like the beautiful game and we see this as an opportunity to scale more sustainable solutions in order to help protect the future of sport. As part of Nike’s wider Move to Zero initiative – a journey towards zero carbon and zero waste – we are focused in scaling the usage of lower-carbon material alternatives. Recycled polyester reduces carbon emissions by up to 30% compared to virgin polyester and that’s why since 2010 Nike has been using rPoly to produce football kits,” the club revealed.
The new kit will be available to Nike and PSG members from September 13 in PSG stores and will be on full details from September 17.
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