We have seen the ones from adidas and Nike. Now it’s Puma’s time to unveil the outfits of those competing in the Women’s Euro 2022 under its brand. Austria, Iceland, Italy, and Switzerland go into the tournament with strips similar to that of Men’s but modified with bespoke details. The Wild Cat has produced the kits in collaboration with British retail Liberty. Street-casual style meets performance jerseys in the Puma x Liberty Women’s football home kits.
Hand-drawn in Liberty’s design studio, the design staple’s quintessential florals comprised the respective kits’ highlight design in an understated tonal palettes. Austria’s plain red henley-collared shirt now has hoops composed of bands of Liberty rose prints. Iceland’s blue home changes the wide and dark vertical stripe the on left-hand side from a solid block to a formation of floral graphics. The same goes to the Italy’s quartet design, with those in the darker shade now showing dusky hand-draw roses with a relatively larger profile. Lastly, Switzerland’s predominantly red jersey also shows bigger flower visuals in an all-over camouflage-like pattern.
As you can see on some of the images, Puma and Liberty take the collaboration further to football boots. Signature silos Future Z 1.4 and next-gen Ultra Ultimate appear in a white and pristine colourway with some cream overlay application. Liberty’s footprint is made clear, however, by the floral graphics toward the quarter and heel of the boots. The paintjob on the Puma Liberty boots effectively hides the new innovations, especially in the case of the Ultra speed boot, paving the way for an under-the-radar release.
Based in Basingstoke, England. Chester is Senior Editor at Football Shirts, a Manchester United fan, Chester works freelance at a variety of print magazines after graduating with a degree in Journalism from Sunderland University.