Lovely Clobber: Adidas Release Cracking ‘World Cup Mashup Collection’ Of Spliced Retro Shirts (Photos)

Chris Wright

19th, January 2018

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In addition to the array of nostalgia-drench shirts they’re pumping out for the 2018 World Cup, Adidas have also concocted a small batch of brilliant retro curios as a further nod to the period that inspired their latest designs.

Filed under the Adidas Originals marque, the ‘Mashup’ collection sees each of the home and away strips worn by Germany, Argentina and Colombia at Italia ’90 spliced together to create one ‘fused’ shirt apiece…

Honestly, we’ve got no idea if these things are actually due to go on sale at any point as additonal information seems to be incredibly sparse, but Adidas can go ahead and put Pies down for one of those Germany shirts right now.

Sensational stuff.

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  1. Mr Sensible says:

    They’re terrible, if you’re gonna go and do these sorts of mashups then go wild and do something interesting. With all the geometric patterns they really could have played around and been far more intricate. These are just so half assed and look crap as a result.

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