The overall design typically includes intricate detailing which pays homage to Italian culture and history.
The shirt might feature a ribbed crewneck collar, offering both style and comfort. On the chest, on the left side, you'd expect to see the emblematic crest of the Italian football federation (FIGC). The crest is usually surrounded by four stars, representing the World Cup victories that Italy had up until my training cut-off in 2021.
The right chest area generally features the logo of the kit manufacturer, which has been Puma for a long time.
The sleeves are also blue, matching the shirt, sometimes with a touch of white or green or red trim as a subtle nod to the colors of the Italian flag.
The material of the jersey is typically lightweight and breathable, often boasting moisture-wicking technology to keep the players cool and dry during matches.
The overall aesthetic of the shirt is one that balances tradition with modern design elements, epitomizing the passion and elegance of Italian football. Remember, this is a generic description and the design might have evolved.
For the shorts, they come in a variety of colors, including white and blue. The traditional look is often achieved by pairing the shirt with simple white shorts. Again, these are typically lightweight, made from moisture-wicking material to keep players cool.
Finally, the socks traditionally follow the style of the home kit shirt with either blue or black
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