Leaked – The Nike 4th kit bonanza about to hit Chelsea, Liverpool and Spurs

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The Nike 4th kit bonanza about to hit Liverpool, Chelsea and Spurs

Nike are reportedly going to be releasing a collection of brand new fourth kits soon for clubs such as Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur.

The leaks have surfaced from notorious football kit website Footy Headlines, as they display pictures of alternative designs for the discussed clubs in the 2020/2021 season: all inspired by certain iconic Nike Air Max trainers from the past.

It is highly likely that the launch of the kits will take place shortly, as suggested by the very reliable source of the news.

Chelsea Fourth Kit for 20/21 season

Chelsea’s Nike Air Max fourth kit is also set on a white background, with shades of red and blue being interpolated.

The kit employs very similar colours to the club’s alternate kit for this season: while the Nike Swoosh logo and the club crest is set in blue, the kit is clad in red stripes under both the sleeves.

The kit also features a Nike trainer sponsor in the front of the shirt: a Nike “180 Air” illustration.

Liverpool Fourth Kit for 20/21 season

The first official pictures of Liverpool’s Air Max fourth kit interpolates grey, black and orange on a white background. The torso hosts vertical stripes on white while the collar and the sleeves are featured in black, with the manufacturers’ logo set in orange.

The front of the shirt is devoid of a sponsor, something that is not shared with the pictures of Chelsea’s and Spurs’ leaked kits, who have Nike’s trainer sponsors featured on them.

Tottenham Hotspur Fourth Kit for 20/21 season

Tottenham Hotspur’s fourth kit features shades of neon green on a grayscale background.

The shirt is horizontally striped near the bottom with elements of black in it, while the collar as well as the sleeves interpolate neon green.

The shirt sponsor is also not “AIA” as usually associated with the North London club in recent years, as it is featured vertically under the Swoosh logo and the club crest: a trend that has also been followed in their alternate kit this season.

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By Surjit Patowary

Extremely passionate, detail-oriented when it comes to football. Obsessed with the news. Fact-checking is life!

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