Crazy Supreme Football Jersey Inspired by 1990's Tottenham Shirt

Supreme have released a crazy football shirt as part of their SS18 collection, which takes inspiration from a Tottenham Hotspur third shirt from the early 90's.

American hype brand Supreme, who have scheduled releases at 11am every Thursday during their seasonal ranges, released the shirt on 05/04/18 and surprisingly, given their record of items selling out instantly, it is still available. With that said, it comes with an RRP of £98 which probably indicates why.

The original shirt which it takes inspiration from - produced by Umbro - is somewhat of an obscure one. It was worn by Spurs for the first time in the Quarter-Final of the Cup Winner's Cup, in a 1-0 defeat to Feyenoord.

The shirt was worn by legendary striker Gary Lineker in his last season for the the club, when he bagged 30 goals in 43 games, before a moving to Japan. Officially it was the third shirt for 3 seasons until 1994. However, it was only worn four more times after it's debut including a 6-0 defeat at Sheffield United.

Supreme's modern take on the shirt is released in various colours and features the prominent 'WordArt'-style font with retro-look fading. It also includes a vintage number 9 to the rear.

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