PSG, Jordan Brand Join Forces Once Again for White Fourth Kit

French Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain and Nike’s Jordan brand have teamed up once again to unveil the club’s fourth kit for the 2021-22 season.

The fourth kit, unveilied Thursday, is a white version of PSG’s 2021-22 Jordan brand home kit; it retains red, white and blue striping around the crew neck collars and sleeve cuffs inspired by Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls’ uniforms. The striping also appears on the hems of the shorts and morphs into a diamond shape on the sides, again evoking the Bulls.

Both PSG’s men’s and women’s teams will wear the kits over the course of the second half of their respective domestic seasons.

Along with the kit, PSG and Nike released a line of training and street wear. “The full collection combines the club’s identity, the iconic codes of basketball, and those of street culture,” the club website reads. “All the pieces of the collection are mixing football and basketball codes to create a bold and unique style.”

The jerseys, training wear and streetwear are available now through PSG’s online store. The announcement did not mention when they would be worn for the first time on the pitch.

PSG’s 2021-22 away kit is also white, but with black and light pink stripes down the front, and their third kit is black with a grey chest stripe and “electric red” accents.

Feature photo courtesy PSG.fr