To celebrate 88 years of sportswear this Spring/Summer, Umbro has reimaged four iconic pieces which pay tribute to its founder, Harold Humphreys’ vision of tailored sportswear. The Umbro Icons Re-issue Collection is based on four of the brands’ most celebrated items.
Umbro ‘66 Anthem Jacket
Forever associated with England’s finest victory and worn by Sir Alf Ramsey. 100% stonewash cotton, embroidered Three Lions crest and on the back is ‘England’ appliqué lettering. £60.00
Mexico ‘70 Jersey
Designed to allow players to play in extreme heat, the Mexico ‘70 Jersey made its debut in what is widely regarded as the greatest ever World Cup Finals and the first to be broadcast in colour – when England took on Brazil in the quarter finals in Guadalajara. £60.00
Taped Track Jacket
Popular in the 1970s, when England’s finest wore the Taped Track Jacket it signalled a movement into a new era of sports branded clothing, led by Umbro. The running diamond detail was placed on the football map following Scotland’s Archie Gemmill wonder goal against Holland in the 1978 World Cup. £80.00
Completing the Icons Re-Issue collection; the Umbro Drill Top. Reinterpreted many times over the years, this version is a recreation of a style seen in the late 80s and early 90s and the inspiration for Umbro’s New Blue collection. Made from 100% washed cotton twill, the Drill Top has a unique ability to get better with age, wash after wash. £75.00
The Umbro Icons Re-Issue Collection is available from www.umbro.com . Each piece is presented in a premium boot bag.