Paris Saint-Germain are the undoubted footballing kings of streetwear style and they're at it again by showing off their latest statement Nike clothing collection as they left the French capital for their Champions League clash with Club Brugge.

Taking its cues from the clean, 90s-inspired 2019/20 third shirt, the white Nike collection once again boasts the Futura logo in contrasting red across full tracksuits, drill tops, hoodies, caps and the standout of the collection, the Windrunner Puffer Jacket. Not many teams in world football can pull off such a strong and daring look, and that's a testament to the work Nike and PSG have put in to embrace and lead a streetwear-infused trend within football circles.


The jacket was launched in both white and navy, but it's the clean look that the PSG squad adopted to board their plane bound for Belgium. Paired with the tracksuit from the same collection and some smart headwear it's a vibe that works well, especially with PSG's fashion-conscious players such as Layvin Kurzawa and Kylian Mbappe. The Parisians have played on their fashion capital status and Nike have guided them to new heights in lifestyle scenes. It’s actually a little step towards the return of the full retro match day tracksuit that we’ve been shouting for. 


Fact is, it takes a certain team to pull this type of look off (can’t see Burnley players stepping off the team bus away at Norwich in anything like this anytime soon – that quickly becomes very East 17) and yet PSG are capable of doing it time and again. They’re effortless in their style, exemplified by Kurazawa strolling casually along with a £2500 Louis Vuitton x Virgil Abloh Keepall Bandouliere bag. If they get dumped out of the Champions League prematurely again this year, they'll be going out in style. PSG are pushing the boundaries of football fashion and nailing it every time.


Smart. Just don't let any in-flight bacon sarny ketchup drip on it lads, yeah? Ruins the whole walk-through-arrivals swag a bit.

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