Football and Umbro go together like eggs and bacon and wherever there are football fans, there is a fan of Umbro.
The clothing brand has been providing kits, footwear and equipment for the beautiful game since 1924 and they are the experts at combining class and tradition with modern fashion.
Umbro has reemerged at the forefront of sports fashion, boasting unique collaborations with contemporary designers including Christopher Raeburn, Henry Holland, SweetSKTBS, Patta, Vetements and Off White.
Now, for their Autumn/Winter range, the sportswear label has announced the return of it’s successful Umbro Projects.
The collection is inspired by street culture combined with nineties ski and snowboarding attire, meaning you’ll be ready for the slopes while looking the part at home. We love the nineties vibe; think the Britpop era, think Liam and Noel in their city strips.
Including street-ready ski bombers and puffer jackets, the range also boasts colour-soaked polar fleece zip-throughs and directional boiler suits.
One of The Sportsman’s favourite items is the Umbro Projects Match Day scarves, which are reworked into a knitted sweater and ideal for those who like to add a little football street cred into their winter outfits. These will look great on the terraces.
Umbro Projects' signature shell-suit is given an autumnal update in black with diagonal contrast sections in mustard and maroon finished with Umbro's iconic taping.
Sharing rail-space are an array of Umbro Projects classics including heavyweight cotton jerseys, brush-back sweats, jacquard patterned windbreakers and eye-catching retro football tops.