This project features the "Nike - Just 90 it" collection, with uniforms inspired by shirts from the 90s, for big clubs in world football.
Arsenal FC: Arsenal and Nike are no longer partners, however, the partnership between the two brands would result in a remake of the iconic 1995-96 shirt, bringing the "city" element and modernity of the Nike 2018-20 kits.
Atlético de Madrid: The Atléti shirt is inspired by the shirt of 1995-96, bringing classic stripes accompanied by minor strokes.
FC Barcelona: Originally made by Kappa for the UEFA Cup, the remake of Barcelona's 1995-96 shirt returns the 5-striped standard of the blue-grená shirt.
Boca Juniors: Inspired by the shirt developed by Nike itself, the remake of 1998 highlights the yellow abdominal band, which covers a large frontal area.
Chelsea FC: "There are no ugly shirts. Just badly organized shirts!" For Chelsea, the inspiration is the shirt away from 1994-1996, predominantly gray and with details in orange and blue. The remake brings the pattern with the club symbol - the lion.
Club América: The Bald Eagle is featured in the remake of 1993-94. The shirt brings back the V on the breastplate, icon for several seasons.
Corinthians: "The first CWC". Originally signed by Topper, the shirts of 1999 and 2000 inspired the remake of the first FIFA Club World Cup champion.
Borussia Dortmund: Like Arsenal, Dortmund no longer wore Nike, but the iconic shirt of 1994 was marked by the blood of Matthias Sammer.
Galatasaray: GS has abandoned red and yellow to adopt an orange and burgundy look. In addition, the stripes were forgotten in time. The remake brings classic colors from 1999-2000
Manchester City: Red and black is classic for Manchester. The shirt is a remake of 1994-95, originally signed by Umbro.
AS Monaco: "A European power". The 1995-96 remake of the Monaco shirt marks the beginning of an era of club ascension on the European stage.
Paris Saint-Germain: "Ici c'est Paris". PSG has been wearing Nike almost always. The team was one of those who wore the iconic collar of the 90's and the remake of 1994 still features a pattern that highlights the club's crest through the Flor de Lis (breastplate) and the Eiffel Tower (arms) in the largest Louis-Vuitton style.
Manchester United: GLORY, GLORY! The Reds go marching on... BLUE AND WHITE! The shirt originally honors big names in the history of the club and the coat of arms of the city of Manchester. The highlight, this time, goes to the Red Devils' crest.
AS Roma: No, it's not Galatasaray. And yes, this is the 2000s, but who said that it is no longer classic?!
Tottenham Hotspur: You've probably seen that shirt before, because the third shirt from 2018-19 was inspired on it. In fact, two Hummel shirts make up this design: 1986 and 1992.