AC Milan 21-22 Fourth Kit Released

AC Milan just unveiled their outstanding 2021-22 fourth kit, part of a bigger collection between Puma and Italian fashion brand NEMEN.

NEMEN are an Italian brand who make utility and technical wear and who have collaborated with Puma before.

As reported leading up to the launch, the Puma AC Milan 2021-2022 fourth jersey will be worn in the Serie A game against Bologna on Monday. The women's team will also wear it, against Empoli Ladies this weekend.

AC Milan 2021-2022 Fourth Shirt

This is the new Puma Milan fourth shirt for 2021-2022.

The Puma AC Milan 21-22 fourth jersey introduces a totally new unique look, combining the classic red and black stripes with white gradient graphics around the collar and on the lower part of the shirt.

As a life-long AC Milan fan, being presented with the opportunity to design this special collaborative Fourth kit, and a premium capsule alongside was a dream opportunity,” said Leonardo Fasolo, Founder and Creative Director of NEMEN. “We gave the classic AC Milan Rossoneri stripes a discharged NEMEN twist. For the premium kit, we wanted to give something special back to the fans. For the highly technical jacket and pants we have featured our newly developed spy-camo pattern, hand dip-dyed, in the best textiles and craftsmanship Italy has to offer. We hope they enjoy it.”

In terms of template, the Puma AC Milan 2021-2022 fourth jersey is based on the Puma ultraWEAVE model, albeit in a variant that features distinct sleeve panels, which makes the stripes appear more traditionally.

All logos on the Puma AC Milan 2021-2022 fourth football shirt are white, including a monochrome AC Milan badge. Rather than the standard Puma logo, a special "Puma x NEMEN" variant is used, placed on the right chest of the Puma AC Milan 21-22 fourth shirt.

White shorts and socks round off the look of the new Milan 2021-22 fourth uniform by Puma.

Anthem Jacket

Performance Jacket

The Puma x NEMEN x AC Milan collection will be available to buy from April 4th, 2022.

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