Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Team Italy jersey 2008/09 away version.

New team Italy all white 2007/09 kits made a debut during the UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying match between Scotland and Italy at Hampden Park on November 17, 2007 in Glasgow, Scotland. Team Italy beat Scotland 2-1 goals by Luca Toni and Christian Panucci. The Italy jersey is part of PUMA's v1.08 collection that will featuring lightweight moisture-wicking materials, mesh layers and welded-technology in its performance apparel pieces. The Italy jersey provides improved freedom of movement and fit from older versions, including special back construction with two-piece mesh fabric. The inner mesh layer includes small holes and is hydrophilic thereby absorbing water and wicking away a player’s sweat, while the outer layer provides the ideal smooth surface to print the player names and numbers.
Team Italy Away jersey with 'FIFA World Champions Badge' same design as UEFA Euro 2008 The away kits in a stylist white shirt with a gold trim on the collars and cuffs.The Italian official FIGC logo with four stars representing four World Cup titles on the left chest has the Puma logo. A strip of the Italian tri-color the green, white and red feature in the centre of the collar on the shirt. The Puma logo also appears over both shoulders, Italy national away shirts will be worn with white shorts and socks is completed with a strip of the Italian tri-color and the gold PUMA logo. The other Italy national away strip version the white shirts with dark navy blue shorts and strip white/dark navy blue sock.
The Italy away shirts completed with the traditional home azzurie blue kits.

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