AS ROMA’s new Home kit for 2017-18 combines classic styling — an iconic palette of yellow and red updated with black details — with AeroSwift technology.
The tones of yellow and red recall the traditions and the history of the Club, founded in 1927, with the mission to defend the name, colors and the identity of Rome.
The red jersey features engineered knit zones on the torso, creating a subtle geometric pattern, with enhanced fit for the athlete in motion.
The seam, starting from the collar-bone, emphasizes the silhouette of the shoulders and converges with the black fabric stripe running down the length of the kit. Expanding when the player is in motion, the black stripe maximizes ventilation and reveals a subtle yellow flash.
The upper right-hand side of the chest features a yellow swoosh, with the club crest on the left. The neck-line is bordered with yellow on the sides and back.
The inside of the jersey, at the base of the neck, features the words “We are Roma” expressing the pride and the bond of the team and all its supporters with their city.
The shorts are red with a black band on either side. The AS Roma crest is on the right, with the yellow swoosh on the left.
The kit is completed by black socks with Nike Grip technology, with “Roma” on the front in red and yellow horizontal stripes on the calf.
The new AS Roma Home kit will be on sale from May 25 on nike.com, asromastore.com and via selected retailers. The players will be wearing the new home kit on May 28, for the last match of the season.
Commitment to Sustainability
Nike leverages sustainable innovation for its football kits through the use of recycled polyester, delivering unrivaled performance and lower environmental impact.
The kit’s shirt and shorts are constructed with recycled polyester fabric, which is made from recycled plastic bottles melted down to produce a fine yarn.
Each kit is made using approximately 16 recycled plastic bottles. Since 2010, Nike has diverted more than three billion plastic bottles from landfills into recycled polyester, enough to cover about 5,200 football pitches.