- May 24, 2010
we have 2 limited editions this year
That's fking great, definitely gonna order this now. Luckily I hesitated a bit to buy the jersey this season.
The logo lock - the logotype and the symbol, clash. For recognisability purposes it would be wise for them to drop the mountain for most uses. I'd even go as far as to stylise a much fatter P in the same calligraphic style as the primary logo, similar to Pinterest's symbol.I'm shocked Paramount agreed to this. I wonder if the league told us the kit was impermissible. I can't think any of Serie A kits off the top of my head that have advertising logos on them, as opposed to names.
I'm shocked Paramount agreed to this. I wonder if the league told us the kit was impermissible. I can't think any of Serie A kits off the top of my head that have advertising logos on them, as opposed to names.
Is this happening??
I was looking to buy the jersey on inters site there but the jersey is £92, with no customisation and I still have to pay deliver. What a fucking rip. Also didn't accept my inter club discount code.
We finally won somethingInter is #1 in the ESPN club kits rankings for this season: https://www.espn.com/soccer/story/_/id/38154611/european-club-kit-ranking-2023-24s-best-threads
Inter are expected to announce a new back shirt sponsor before next week’s derby: here’s what the Nerazzurri kit would look like.
Inter are set to announce U-Power as their new back shirt sponsor for 2023-24 and according to Gazzetta, the new kit will make its debut in the Derby Della Madonnina against Milan on Saturday.
Inter’s agreement with Lenovo, their previous back sponsor, expired at the end of 2023-24, but the Serie A giants have now identified a replacement. FCInter1908.it editor Daniele Mari has shown on X what the new Inter kit would look like.
U-Power is a familiar name for Serie A fans as the company has also bought the naming rights for Monza’s stadium.