Celtic has launched more Adidas gear, and we have to admit that it looks really good.
Following two previous editions of training wear this season, the House of Tiro of Adidas has come up with new designs for the Hoops loyalists. Drawing inspiration from the ’90s influence, the new jackets, shirts and sweatpants take on a classic feel.
Produced by Celtic and Adidas this morning, the shirt has a design similar to the third shirt, minus the stripes. A large Adidas crest adorns the back, modeled on Joe Hart, James McCarthy, Christopher Jullien and Jota.
We don’t know how long Celtic can release great clothes. There’s even more potential, with Adidas Originals releasing a lineup for Arsenal last year [AFC].
Needless to say, Celtic fans have a lot to choose from this year. While New Balance’s workout gear and casual wear is decent, it’s a level up.
This is exactly what we expected when Adidas and Celtic entered into a merchandising deal, to be honest. Both parties know the support’s fidelity and appreciation for classic styles which has only increased over the past half decade.
Celtic fans react to latest Adidas drop
Did Adidas get away with going back to the 90s with these designs? Very probably.
Obviously, Celtic fans reacted. There is a huge amount of interest in the culture of football shirts and all the attributes that surround it. Today was no exception.
Fans also reacted to the presence of Christopher Jullien, who featured heavily in promotional material distributed by the club.
You announce Jullien back admin 😉
– Brodie Pollock (@pollock_brodie) September 15, 2021
They tracksuits are belts
– Allan (@ allanb_67) September 15, 2021
Is Jullien just a model for the club?
– zidane🥤 (@afczidane) September 15, 2021
Stop advertising you will make me buy
– joshua (@JoshyboyV) September 15, 2021
– Martin Griffin ️ (@ mgriffin8622) September 15, 2021
Adidas Originals collection please
– Michael McGeary (@ MMcGeary83) September 15, 2021
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