A '90s home kit design from Japan, originally released in 1994. The early '90s was a time of development for Japanese football, as the Japanese Football Association made major changes to the domestic club league and the national team structure. The marquee man for Japan in this time was striker "Kazu" Kazuyoshi Miura, who scored 55 goals for the national team from 1990 to 2000. At 54 years old in 2021, Kazu is remarkably still kicking around for Yokohama FC in the J1 League.
The island nation are known for experimenting with modern design in their football kits, and this 1994 design is part of that legacy. Blue fabric is the canvas for striking red and white prints to cut diagonally across the chest. The patterns stretc to the back of the shirt, and also appear on the right sleevee. This Beautiful 90s replica celebrates the golden age of Kazu's timeless career, with timeless style.
Printing is done in the original style, as close to the authentic font and color as possible. If the jersey originally had the number printed on the front we will print this unless instructed otherwise.
Please check the measurements carefully as most people find they require a size up. The jerseys have a slim or muscle fit.
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We only use the best quality polyester and fabric. Our crests are always embroidered and we use sublimation inks to make sure the colours of the 90s stand the test of time.
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