Juventus 2022-23 away shirt revealed and available with free delivery at Kitbag

Juventus’ 2022-23 away kit has been unveiled and is available to pre-order now on Kitbag, with free delivery for a limited time only.

The Old Lady’s change strip for the new season is described as ‘capturing the magic of night matches’ with a black shirt that moves away from the stripes of 2021-22. It will be worn on Juve’s pre-season tour of the United States, which begins on July 23 in Las Vegas against Mexican side Chivas.

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Accenting the predominantly black shirt is a ‘carbon-coloured starburst graphic’ to represent what the star means to the Turin club – with three stars also present above the shield as a mark of the number of Serie A titles Juventus have won in their history.

There are three white stripes along the shoulder and flashes of white in the collar and sleeves to invoke the Bianconeri’s iconic colours, ‘offering an elegant finish that expresses the Juventus identity.’

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Made with 100% recycled materials, the Juventus 2022-23 away shirt features adidas’ HEAT.RDY – KEEP COOL technology, which is designed to keep players cool and dry during matches and maximise air flow to ensure utmost comfort. The replica version of the shirt has AEROREADY – KEEP DRY technology to keep fans comfortable while representing their team.

The authentic version of the Juve 2022-23 away shirt costs £110 from Kitbag, with free delivery via code CROSSBAR, which can be applied at purchase. Also available to pre-order is the replica version, which costs £70 and is also available with free delivery.

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One Comment on “Juventus 2022-23 away shirt revealed and available with free delivery at Kitbag”

  1. Looks better than the early leaks.

    The blue lightning though.. looks like it was don in Microsoft Paint. Really unnecessary.

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