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Nike Reveal Poland 2018 FIFA World Cup Kits

Robert Lewandowski and Piotr Zielinski showcase the brand new 2018 Nike kit designs that Poland will wear for the FIFA World Cup in Russia / Nike
Nike Reveal Poland 2018 FIFA World Cup Kits

WROCLAW, Poland. March 22 (PSN) – On Wednesday in Wroclaw, Nike and the PZPN (Polish Football Association) unveiled the latest Poland kits for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.

The latest Nike kit unveiling campaign featured the likes of Robert Lewandowski and Piotr Zielinski showcasing the brand new Home and Away designs. The White kit will make its debut on Friday in the international exhibition match with Nigeria, whom also is a Nike team heading to the FIFA World Cup in Russia this summer.

“The designs were inspired by the pride people take in the eagle, which is an important national symbol and the crest of the national team,” explains Pete Hoppins, Nike Football Apparel Senior Design Director.

“In France two years ago, the story was about the rise of the eagle. For 2018, that eagle is now soaring. Poland is a team to be taken seriously and they have the mentality of fierce underdogs.”

At base, the eagle is reflected in the kit design by a diagonal chest pattern on the jersey. Rendered in white and platinum grey on the home kit and in two shades of vibrant red on the away, the graphic represents the pride of the eagle cutting through the competition.

Along with the home and away kits, a full collection of training, travel and leisure apparel carries the theme of dynamic speed.

The 2018 Polish Football Federation collection features Fast Fit Vaporknit kits to facilitate speed through performance and aesthetic.

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