AC Milan's 2021/22 home kit celebrates the city's culture and style

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AC Milan's 2021/22 home kit celebrates the city's culture and style

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The AC Milan Women's side will be making a final push this weekend to earn a coveted spot in next season's Women's Champions League. They'll have some help in the wardrobe department with a fresh new kit.

On Monday, the Italian club and shirt sponsor Puma unveiled next year's home kit. The jersey celebrates what it means to "Move Like Milan," a way to reflect on the rapid acceleration of the city’s culture, tradition and commitment to innovation.

"I'm really excited to be wearing this kit on the pitch for the first time in our next game," Women's co-captain Valentina Giancinti said. "I love the design, modern yet traditional, and how it has been influenced by the city of Milan."

Alessio Romagnoli, the club's other captain added: "The new kit looks really modern, and you can truly see where the inspiration for the stripes comes from. It is a great representation of Milan's new and expanding skyline."

The new kit features Milan’s iconic red and black stripes. This time, however, they're reimagined at various widths in a single, symmetrical design. This was intentionally done to honor the creative balance of tradition while also incorporating modernity, ushering in a new era of Milan, from the pitch to the streets to the city skyline. 

Keeping sustainability in mind, the jerseys are manufactured with 100% recycled polyester and advanced Puma dryCELL thermoregulation technology to ensure a comfortable fit. An innovative ultra-light jacquard structure in the back helps enhance breathability even during the hottest of days.

The AC Milan 2021/22 home kit retails for $90. We linked where to shop below, but check out the entire AC Milan collection at Puma.