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Inter Milan 2010-11 Away Jersey pic07As Inter Milan slither toward the illustrious triple crown this season, next year’s away kit incorporates the team symbol of I’Serpente.

The Milan club have officially unveiled their Nike 2010/11 away kit. The Inter 10/11 jersey was presented to the media during the club’s the 18th Scudetto celebrations at the Stadio Artemio Franchi in Siena.

Nike manufactured the shirt features a serpent all the way down the left side of the shirt, a symbol of the club and one that also features in the heraldry of Milan.

Newly crowned 2009/10 Italian Serie A champions Inter Milan officially unveiled next season’s Nike to the media during the club’s the 18th scudetto celebrations at the Stadio Artemio Franchi in Siena.

From the Inter Milan website:

Nike’s designers have taken inspiration from the white away shirt with the black and blue band used in the 1964/65 season. The V-necked shirt also features the club’s historic serpent logo.
The Inter logo is on the right of the chest, with the Nike swoosh (blue) on the left and the Pirelli logo (black) in the middle. The shorts are white with a blue band on both sides. The socks are white with a black and blue border.
Inter’s new kits are designed for increased performance with lower environmental impact. Each shirt is made from one hundred percent recycled polyester, obtained from eight plastic bottles.

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One Response so far.

  1. Patrick says:


    I think it looks sharp. When club's incorporate their history, tradition, etc into their kit; outstanding addition. I loved when Barca had the small Catalonia flag on the back collar, AC Milan had written "Rossoneri" on the back of their collar.

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