Denmark Euro 2016 adidas Home Shirt
adidas hand their ‘Danish Dynamic’ a nostalgic home shirt in preparation for Euro 2016.
Taking inspiration from Denmark’s iconic 1986 display, adidas roll back the years to compose a classic home shirt incorporating a half-and-size design in patriotic colours. Denmark’s brand-new home shirt is set for debut in their Euro 2016 play-off match against neighbours Sweden.
Globally recognised as one of the most aesthetically pleasing international strips of all time, Denmark’s 1986 shirt of which saw the team progress into the latter stages of the World Cup in Mexico has been re-designed and modernised for the 2016 European Championship.
The home shirt features a distinctive front panel of red in two differing shades at opposing halves, whilst the sleeves reverse the colour-way to offer a unique look.
Whereas the front panel incorporates the half-and-half theme, the back of the shirt is maintained as a solid vibrant red whilst crisp white trim at the crew-neck collar and sleeve cuffs also feature.
In a modernistic twist, adidas have issued their iconic branding by running white three-stripes down the side panels of the shirt instead of the previously seen shoulder design to offer a fashionable display.
From the front this kit looks class. But the single shade back ruins is completely.
Great scandinavian shirts I see?
Great idea with the two shades…I think the one shade on the back is to comply with some daft UEFA rule about numbers being on solid backgrounds.
They were called “danish dynamite” not “dynamic” back in 1986.
That one dark sleeve on the back of the shirt looks silly.
FIFA are going to ruin kit designs with these stupid directives.