Emporio Armani Jacket - Italy National Football Team 2019/20
Take home this official Italy National Football Team jacket from the 2019/20 season, created by Emporio Armani.
The jacket has never been worn and is new. This product cannot be found on general sale.
In line with the style of the brand, the kit is formal but comfortable. Made from jersey, the garment is practical and can be used in various seasons thanks to the detachable interior. All the garments bear the FIGC logo.
This new partnership showcases Giorgio Armani's strong link with the world of sport. Over the years, the designer has collaborated on kits for the English national football team and some of the most important international clubs, such as Newcastle United F.C., Chelsea F.C. and F.C. Bayern Munich.
The garments - tailor-made for players, technical staff and managers of the FIGC - reflect the Emporio Armani values of style and tailoring.
European size 50
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