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Inter Milan Third Kit For 22/23 Season Goes Geographical

Inter Milan Third Kit For 22/23 Season Goes Geographical

Inter Milan and sponsor Nike, have consistently produced some of the most eye-catching kits you can find in recent seasons. 

Despite its impressive track record, Inter is often overlooked in terms of kits, and you don’t have to dig too deep into the archives to find some truly remarkable ones. Just last season, the Nerazzurri had an incredible home/away kit combo, both featuring snake-inspired accents, while looking classy enough for the former Scudetto holders. 

As for this season, Nike’s latest iteration of Internazionale’s iconic blue and black is strictly traditional, offering very little out of the ordinary. Fortunately, the new revealed third kit has clearly taken much more creative liberty, and the wavy look is already a must-buy. 

As seen in these images, the kit features a mix of white with a ‘light aqua’ shade, paired alongside a solid black for the sponsors.

A stunning graphic runs all over the shirt, a closer look reveals it to be a map of the world, and it even features longitudes and latitudes. The club crest plays a thematic role, as it has been recoloured in turquoise and white to fit the aesthetic. Right below the crest is the cartographic representation of Italy, personifying the phrase ‘home is where the heart is’. 

The kit represents a debut appearance for brand new sponsors DigitalBits, a deal which fans are already regretting. 

Following the sponsorship announcement, the cryptocurrency company’s value has seen a steep decline, and it was even unable to pay the first instalment of the agreement to Inter. In response, the club briefly removed the brand from their website. 

Fortunately, its presence on the kit indicates that positive developments have followed, although, the delay meant that fans will have to wait until September to get their kits.

Inter’s new threads were a major hit amongst fans, and the sentiment remains largely the same as ours. The kit is simply essential.