Sick kits of the week 8

Another week, another set of kits for you to enjoy!

Hertha Berlin 125th anniversary kit

Combining the main colour white with blue applications, the Hertha BSC 125-years anniversary kit boasts a unique graphic print on the front, depicting a stylised Berlin skyline.

Debuted in a friendly against Liverpool, the Hertha Berlin anniversary jersey was also available to buy prior to the game.

The design of the kit was voted for by Hertha fans which makes this kit even more special.

Atletico Madrid Home kit

The Atlético Madrid 2017-2018 home jersey introduces a bold design for the debut at the new Wanda Metrapolitano stadium.It also features the new club crest.

Adding a new twist to an iconic design, the new Atlético Madrid home jersey incorporates diagonal cutouts into the classic red and white stripes. The stripes are also present on the back of the jersey, albeit only at the very bottom. The rest is solid red, as are the sleeves.

Nike combines the red and white Atlético 2017-2018 jersey with navy applications, mirroring the shade of blue used in the new club logo. These include the Swoosh on the right chest, as well as stripes down the sides and around the rear neck of the Atlético Madrid 17-18 shirt.

Finally, the Spanish flag can be seen on the inside of the collar of the new Atlético Madrid home shirt.

A bold design for Atleti as they begin a new chapter in the club’s history.

Malaga Home kit 

The Malaga 17-18 Home jersey celebrates the club’s 10 years in the top flight with a bespoke look.

The jersey introduces a clean look with three blue and two white stripes on the front and raglan sleeves in blue. The collar is also blue, of a round type.

Malaga’s current run of ten consecutive seasons in La Liga is celebrated with a special badge that appears on the lower right of the new Home jersey, as well as on the upper back.

The light blue and white stripes look stunning and the unique crest makes this kit extra special.

Borussia Dortmund Away kit

The Borussia Dortmund 17-18 away kit is part of Puma’s Step Out football kits collection.

The shirt is designed to bring a new look compared to last season’s striped away shirt. It has a pure black base which gets combined with pops of ‘Cyber Yellow’ to create a modern look.

A dotted yellow line runs down each sleeve the kit. More yellow is present in the form of Puma Cat logos on the shoulders and the left chest of the jersey.

Black and yellow is a classic combination and Puma have done a sterling job with this kit.

 

Those are my picks for this week! I’ll be back with more next week.

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