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Nike launches new Air Max Club collections for Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham


Nike ditched the new Air Max Club collections for Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham, with each side receiving a unique fourth shirt.

The clothing line is an ode to the classic Air Max 90 sneaker series, although they are also inspired by the DNA of the city that every club calls its home.

Eric Dier models the new shirt
Eric Dier models the new shirt | Nike

Tottenham’s shirt is based on the Air Max 95 OG colorway, incorporating various shades of gray that gradually darken from top to bottom. Bright yellow completes the color scheme, with on the sleeves, collar and the monochrome Spurs badge, which is lined up in the center of the jersey. It uses the contemporary Nike swoosh, with Air Max appearing as the sponsor, just like you’ll find on a regular soccer jersey.

The Liverpool jersey is inspired by the timeless Air Max 90 OG colourway and features subtle gray stripes on a white base, black sleeves and pops of red on the collar and side seam.

Sam Kerr and Christian Pulisic both modeled the Chelsea collection
Sam Kerr and Christian Pulisic both modeled the Chelsea collection

On the back, a sewn tribute to the victims of the Hillsborough disaster, while a black and monochrome club crest adorns the front, alongside a classic Nike Air logo. The shirt is complemented by a comprehensive lifestyle collection that all have a strong visual connection to the city.

Elsewhere, Chelsea has a true mid-2000s Lyonnais vibe, although we can’t guarantee he’ll give you free-kick powers like Juninho Pernambucano.

Inspired by the Air Max 180 OG colorway. Equipped with a red and white vertical stripe on a crystal white background, the jersey benefits from 180 Air sponsorship. The color scheme is the same as used on the Blues’ current third kit and is featured throughout the collection, which also includes a full tracksuit.

All three shirts are made from a highly breathable fabric for maximum comfort, meaning you stay cool when cheering on your team.