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Olympique Lyonnais Launch a Retro Adidas Originals Collection

Olympique Lyonnais Launch a Retro Adidas Originals Collection

Get ready for a trip down memory lane with Olympique Lyonnais and adidas as we look back at the 95/96 season. They've just released a fantastic adidas Originals collection and it's all about channeling your inner 90s kid. Believe me when I say this is a must-have for fans of the beautiful game and retro style alike.

You know how the '90s are back in style, right? Well, brands are digging into their archives to bring back iconic jersey designs, and Olympique Lyonnais is no exception. They've teamed up with adidas Originals, Adidas' special department for reviving classic pieces, to create a collection that's full of vintage vibes.

The 1995/96 home shirt is a piece of history and nostalgia wrapped in a shirt. This shirt features the club's double chevron 'OL' crest, used from 1989 to 1996. The logo sits proudly on the left chest, just below that iconic red and blue checkered design that runs across the shoulders. And look at that chunky collar – it's a total tricolor delight!

On the right chest, you'll spot the "adidas" branding, the way it looked back in the day. The whole jersey is set on a clean white base with a subtle sublimated graphic. It's not just any shirt; it's a faithful recreation of the original jersey worn during that memorable season. In fact, it made its first appearance recently when goalkeeper Anthony Lopes wore it on his way to training. 

This collection isn't just about the jersey. You can also score a tracksuit from that same era, complete with the iconic Trefoil logo. That logo is a piece of nostalgia on its own, and it's got a special place in our hearts. In addition to these classics, the collection has two more Originals pieces: a t-shirt and a matching sweater. They've both got that famous Trefoil symbol, tying the whole retro look together.

So, if you're looking to add a touch of '90s football history and style to your wardrobe, head over to — and shop the adidas Originals Olympique Lyonnais collection.

Lyon 2023-24 Adidas Third Kit Leaked

If you're like me and can't get enough of those fresh kit reveals, you're in for a treat. Footy Headlines just dropped some leaked images of Olympique Lyon's slick new third kit for the 2023-2024 season.

Lyon 23-24 Third Kit Leaked

Lyon's third kit is cooked up by none other than Adidas, the big shot in the sportswear game. This kit is all set to make its debut on the field during the upcoming Ligue 1 season. Talk about a stylish entrance, right?

This isn't just any ordinary kit. Olympique Lyon decided to kick things up a notch by collaborating with Adidas and a French street artist named Poter. Now, that's a combo you don't see every day. In fact, they've even got a hat from this collab up for grabs at the club store. Street art meets sports – count me in!

The base color is a sleek, dark blue that's sure to catch the eye both on and off the pitch. But here's where things get interesting: the front and lower back of the kit are adorned with a vibrant and lively graphic. Think bold splashes of color that really pop against that dark backdrop – that's the signature touch of Poter. It's like art in motion, folks.

Lyon 2023-24 Adidas Third Kit Leaked

And hey, don't miss the tiny but mighty detail: Poter's logo graces the inner collar of the kit. It's those little things that make you appreciate the effort that goes into crafting these masterpieces.

Now, I know what you're wondering – when can you get your hands on this beauty? Well, the wait shouldn't be too long. Olympique Lyonnais is expected to drop this kit officially in the near future. So keep those eyes peeled and your fingers ready to snag one for yourself.

So, what's the verdict, my fellow soccer aficionados? Are you feeling Olympique Lyon's third jersey designed by Adidas? Are you as hyped as I am about this collaboration with the street art vibe of Poter? Let us know in the comments below!
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