Created by sponsors Puma, the Rossoneri usually sport some truly classic threads, which are firmly in line with Milan’s stature as the fashion capital of the world.
The club will undoubtedly face competition from Inter for the Scudetto, but the contests don’t cease there, as the age-old adversaries will also rival each other in the fashion department.
The Nerazzurri have already wowed fans with a stunning Geographical third kit, which is as eye-catching as it is unique.
But the red half has now fired back, with an equally distinct look, and perhaps the superior one as well.
Based on Puma’s Ultraweave template, the kit primarily features a bold olive green shade dubbed as ‘Dark Green Moss’, with a more khaki-inspired ‘Spring Moss’ for the sponsor logos.
A striped graphic stars on the front at various spots and features a darker accent of green. Upon closer inspection, a classy and almost stitched finish can be seen all over the shirt, owing to the Ultraweave template in use.
As previously mentioned, the logos lie in a more khaki-inspired vein, with the badge going monochrome. The Emirates logo on the other hand gives off a more neon vibe, adding even more flair to the look.
As AC Milan are currently the Italian Champions, a signifier in the form of a star can be seen atop the club crest.
A black crew-neck collar with sleeve cuffs to match round off a memorable look, one which even rival fans will be enviously eyeing.
Before the official reveal, there were major doubts as to whether Milan would even be allowed to wear the kit. The uncertainties rose after Serie A announced a ban on green kits for outfield players, as they hinder television clarity.
Of course, exceptions were allowed for sides like Sassuolo, which have traditionally worn a green home kit.
By the looks of it, Milan have also been given the go-ahead, as this particular shade of green is deemed not to interfere with the pitch and with the pitchside advertising technology.
The gorgeous kit is now available for purchase, €120 for the player’s version and €90 for the replica.