The Spain merch is coming your way like Hurricane Katrina, and I bet you’re pretty confused about what to buy. There’s jackets, 1000 t-shirts, mugs, mouse pads, baby diapers, and who knows what else the Spanish might be into. It’s the job of people like me, however, to direct you to what is worth buying and what is not. One such post is the Spain World Cup Winners t-shirts post I made earlier, and this post today. Look out for more to come! Anyways, this is the official Spain Home Shirt, limited edition, World Cup Winners edition.
As current European Champions, Spain have added the 2010 World Cup Title to their roll of honour. Famous for the beautiful style of football, the Spain Home Shirt will be worn by football superstars Fernando Torres and Cesc Fabregas. In a gripping Final, Spain defeated Holland to lift the World Cup for the first time in their history on 11th July 2010 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Celebrate the triumph with this Limited Edition Spain Home shirt complete with World Cup Winners 2010 embroidery.
Here’s the shirt:
The Spain Home Shirt design features a vibrant red colour to intimidate all opponents, making it one of the most eye-catching shirts in the summer World Cup. Crafted with adidas ClimaCool fabric, the Spain Football Shirt keeps you cool and dry as the temperature rises.
Spain crest embroidered at left chest
World Cup Winners 2010 embroidery under badge
Adidas logo embroidered at upper chest
Rubber adidas badge at right hem
Adidas 3 Stripes at shoulders and lower sleeve
Blue tipped collar and sleeves
Breathable ClimaCool fabric underarm
And a close-up of the limited edition embroidery:
Looks beautiful. I’d buy one for sure. They should promote the away shirt as limited edition though, as that’s the one they played the final in. But hey, what do I know?
If you want to buy it, it costs £49.99, and you can buy it at Kitbag.
Here’s the link to buy it: Spain Home Shirt 2009/10 Including World Cup Winners 2010 Embroidery
Spain World Cup Winners T-shirt Collection
Spain Wallpapers – World Cup winners