Nike has launched their all-new team kits ahead of the World Cup which kicks off next month. The leading sportswear and apparel brand has also come up with Chapter 6 of Cristiano Ronaldo’s famous CR7 boots.
Some of the prominent national teams who wear Nike kits are England, France, Brazil and Portugal.
Brazil fans can see their favourite team wear a jersey with a more vibrant hue this time around. This year, the squad will sport a more vibrant Samba Gold than they have in 20 years, with Nike matching the yellow with the one used in the 1970 World Cup held in Mexico where Brazil reigned supreme.
England, featuring stars like Marcus Rashford, Dele Alli and Kyle Walker, will be kitted in jerseys that put the country’s iconic emblems – the rose and St. George’s Cross – front and centre.
France, meanwhile, will sport jerseys that feature a Tricolore tape at the back of the neck and an internal badge reading “Nos Differences Nous Unissent” (Our Differences Unite Us) as a proud celebration of the squad’s cultural diversity.
As for Portugal, the away kit design prominently features a compass rose on the front of the flooded white shirt as a nod to the county’s history of exploration and symbolizes the discovery of fresh talents such as André Silva and João Mario.
Each team kit utilises Nike’s Fast Fit Vaporknit to facilitate speed through performance and aesthetic.
Meanwhile, Nike are also celebrating Portugal captain and superstar Cristiano Ronaldo's legacy with Chapter 6 in the series of seven CR7 boots. The boot focuses on Ronaldo’s role as the head of the national team, reflecting this in a colour palette that complements the country’s traditional red and green colours.