The brands on the shirts have allowed us to remember different times in the history of football. One of the most memorable is Pirelli with the Nerazzurri, a collaboration that lasted more than 25 years.
For the image of Palazzo Knit, Palace resorted to one of Inter’s most remembered jerseys during that time, the one from the 1997/98 season, presenting a pair of long-sleeved polo shirts, totally inspired by the kits worn by players like the Brazilian Ronaldo, UEFA Cup champion.
Both versions, one in black and blue and the other in a cream tone, recreate the rings, in addition to the Pirelli logo, replaced by “Palace”, lengthening the “P” equal to the tire brand, the most remembered element of that long-lived collaboration.
Not long ago, we saw the London-based skate brand introduce a pair of soccer jerseys in its Spring 2022 collection, making their love of soccer (and good soccer, to boot) clear.