American company Nutmeg’s tenure as a kit manufacturer in England was not a long one – from 1994-96, they produced for Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
However, when Jay from Design Football was looking at the 1995-96 Palace strip (right) recently, something occurred to him – with a couple of basic changes, the style, featuring two stripes trimmed in white towards the centre and dissipating outwards, could form the basis for a brilliantly effective set of Paris Saint-Germain kits.
For the home kit (PSG had red socks in the mid-1990s), the red sleeves, collar, shorts and socks are turned blue along with the sides of the shirt, merging with the stripes. It creates a narrower Hechter stripe than usual, but Nike have messed about with it enough since then.
Then, the change strip repeats the trick but with white instead of blue, while the third is a rebaged Palace kit. Each kit stands alone as a near-solid block of blue, white and red but the PSG signature is strong in each.
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