Paris Saint-Germain drop basket-ball inspired kit


French giants Paris Saint-Germain have unveiled their new fourth kit for the 2021/22 season in collaboration with Jordan.

The new release will be worn by both the men's and women's teams for the remainder of the current season. It comes in a white colourway that is inspired by the famous uniforms of the mythical Chicago basketball team, according to PSG's official website.

The Parisians' partnership with Jordan began in the 2019/20 season in a deal that was reportedly extended until 2022 in January 2021 and is also subject to renewal.

Scroll through the gallery above to see PSG's new basketball-inspired fourth kit and lifestyle collection

More about the stunning kit

"The football shorts incorporate the famous diamond pattern and the entire collection combines the identity of the club with the iconic codes of basketball and those of street culture," an official statement about the kit on PSG's website read.

"A stylistic rapprochement between two of the leading disciplines of sport in the world, football, and basketball, takes place in all the pieces offered. A bold partnership that has already given rise to fruitful and surprising achievements."

Did you know?

According to Argentinian media outlet TyC Sports, Michael Jordan made $7 million (R106 million) from Lionel Messi's transfer to Parc des Princes in less than a week after the move was confirmed.

It is also said that PSG's shirts are made by Nike, but sold under the Air Jordan sub-brand.

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