There may be only six games left in the Serie A season, but Juventus has chosen now as the perfect time to release a new fourth kit for 2021-22.
As is often the case with club jerseys these days, this new product has the potential to disagree among club advocates.
The multi-colored geometric design was created in collaboration with Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra.
Cobra’s colorful and psychedelic compliments are inspired by folk heroes and cultural icons such as David Bowie and Martin Luther King Jr., and use his work to deliver thought-provoking social messages. I am.
The new Juventus jerseys, modeled by stars such as Alvaro Morata, Martina Rosucci and Moise Kean, also drip in the signature style of São Paulo-based artists, with the club’s traditional colors being blue, white and golden. ..
When football meets art … Kolours has been redefined 🤩
👕 https: //t.co/nt7XS9vGuq pic.twitter.com/9rXwyWiGJp
— Juventus FC (@juventusfcen) April 15, 2022
According to maker Adidas, this collaboration “celebrates a more diverse and inclusive world” and “delivers a powerful and unified message that helps to achieve the most authentic aspects of football.”
Cobra states: “What we express and how we do it speaks to who we are. Without empathizing diversity, we cannot be the best version. Our difference is ours. It’s a great partner to work with on this special project. It’s as much empathy as I enjoyed creating that artwork. I hope to call you. “
Juventus has been really released in recent years with an alternative strip added to the wardrobe that includes some of the weirdest (and most noisy) football shirts the Cobra design has ever designed- Did not suit everyone’s taste..
I sincerely believe that someone in Adidas hates Juventus. pic.twitter.com/shvfH9sj7Y
— Andrew Allen (@AAllenSport) April 12, 2022
After all, who can forget the day Gloorange Acid Wash Splatter, which was the third shirt in 2020-21?
This isn’t even the club’s first puncture wound in this season’s blue and yellow polygon design. Also, when it was released last summer, Juventus’ third kit was making waves.
And think about it. It’s only a few months to see what Juventus will wear next season …