PRE ORDER - KIT Magazine - Volume 3 - PRINT

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PRE ORDER - KIT Magazine - Volume 3 - PRINT

BY KIT COLLECTORS | | FOR KIT COLLECTORS

Welcome to Volume 3 of KIT Mag!

Written by football shirt collectors from all over the world, Volume 3 takes a closer look into what makes us want to collect the beautiful pieces of football polyester we either own, or aspire to! Superbly designed by Job Hoop, we're absolutely delighted to be able to bring you what we think is our best magazine yet.

In our third KIT Mag 'Features', we have exclusive interviews with the two founders of the world's largest collection of football shirts - Matthew Dale and Doug Bierton from Classic Football Shirts. We sit down and talk to the guys about their thoughts on the kit industry, where it's been, where it's heading and we get a superb insight into their business they've built from their days as University students.

We're also delighted to welcome the KIT and Spark Design Academy legends Rob Warner and Craig Buglass back to KIT Mag for Volume 3. Rob tells us the stories about his experiences in travelling throughout Europe in working for Puma and designing the kits for some of the teams in the 2006 World Cup in Germany. Craig Buglass recalls his work involved in working for Nike in creating the revolutionary 'Cool in Motion' jersey for the Brazilian 2002 World Cup winning squad.

Also featured in Volume 3 is Leandro Thibaut's piece on Jupiler Pro League side Royale Union St Gilloise, a Club which has a truly unique place in his family's heart and who are writing their own fairy tale story in the top Belgian Division this season.

11 articles written by the kitster community FOR the kitster community including...

- S.S.C. Bari 'Biancorossi' 1999-00 - Antonio Cassano ‘Fantantonio’
- Marco van Basten - A career in kits
- La Viola - The return of il logo Pontello
- Defining a Classic Football Shirt - Part 1
- Fabrique Belgique
- WE League Uniforms 2021-2022

& more!

***Please note that if your product has been damaged during shipping, we cannot, regrettably, be held liable for any damages. All of our magazines are dispatched in perfect, pristine condition and any claims for damaged goods must be directed to Royal Mail***

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