AC Milan have revealed their new jersey for 2015/16, recently debuted at the San Siro against AS Roma. The new jersey pays tribute to the Rossoneri colours and traditions as there’s a comeback to the standard traditional stripes (5 black and 4 red) without neglecting, however, to focus on innovation and design.
The jersey, as the other AC Milan kits of 2015/16 season, present a tag with Italian “tricolore” and a reference to the colours of Expo2015, to pay tribute to the city of Milan which – from 1st May to 31st October 2015 – host the Universal Exhibition intended to attract millions of tourists from whatever corner of the world.
The red colour featured in the red and black stripes is a very special red, it comes with a darker shade than in past seasons and with a melange effect that makes the jersey more elegant with a classic style through a traditional and stylish reinterpretation of the past.
The three adidas stripes are grey in order to give greater uniformity to the rest of the jersey.The grey “AC Milan” embroidery is featured on the back of the black collar, written in Milan Type, the official font of the Club.
For the second consecutive year, in line with the classic style of the jersey and to highlight the strong reference to tradition, there is the Cross of St. George, a historical element in the city of Milan Crest. The current Milan logo stands out, tone on tone, within the Cross.
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