These are beautiful and a cut above your regular replica kit. The Merino wool World Cup track tops by Magliamo.
You probably know the label because of the super-cool cycling track tops that have been very popular in recent years. This is pretty much an extension of that – and perfectly timed in light of the latest competition.
You could spend a small fortune on a replica shirt that will last until the next one comes out. Or you could opt for one of these, which will be with you for much, much longer.
Take your pick from the five designs here, all based on original track tops from past World Cup Finals.
Working down the page, you can get France in 1958, Belgium in 1970, Holland 1974, Brazil 1970 and Argentina 1978. I can think of a few more that could have been here, but five is enough to get us going for now.
Each one has that Merino wool construction (so great for the time of year) and embroidered logos. A full-front zip for most, too, with the exception of the Brazil jacket with the shorter zip (which works just as well). Team names are on the back in some cases (but not all).
The kind of thing that will be worn long after the Finals have finished. Just great-looking knitwear, regardless of what’s going on.
Each one sells for £139 online, directly from the maker.
Love His Knibs? If you enjoy what you read and want to support the site, you can always Buy Me A Coffee.