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Liverpool are looking to bring back the glory days under new manager Kenny Dalglish and new American owners who are willing to invest money into players in order to field a title contending team. The season has started much brighter for the Reds than last season with a record of 2-1-1 in their first four league games. They will look to continue to get good results in the league to reach the summit of the premier league for the first time since the 89/90 season. Fans of the legendary club can now support their side in rain or shine with these new Liverpool track jackets.

This track jacket is a very lightweight and durable jacket that is good for rain or shine. It is primarily black with red elastic around the cuffs of the sleeves as well as the waist. The inside of the jacket is a mesh material that is red for a nice accent color to tie in the classic red color of Liverpool. The right chest of the jacket has the L.F.C. heat pressed onto it. The left side of the jacket has the Adidas logo heat pressed onto it as well as a vertical zipper that is nice for storing small things such as your tickets to get into Anfield on your way to the legendary park.

This jacket is extremely light and comfortable and is perfect for all weather conditions. As mentioned above the cuffs of the sleeves and waist are elastic so they fit tighter in those areas which are good for keeping wind and rain out to keep you dry and comfortable. The collar goes higher but is not stiff so it does not bother you at all. One problem with this jacket is the omission of a hood. Most jackets such as this have hoods in case you do use it as a rain jacket, so do take note of that fact.

This jacket is another great piece of apparel to add to your Liverpool F.C. collection. The lightness and comfort of this jacket are very nice and make it available to be worn throughout the majority of the year. Adidas has made a quality jacket for fans of one of the greatest teams in the premier league. It is also nice to have a jacket that is not cloth so it can be worn in most weather conditions.

Written By: Eric Stoyanov, Contributing Writer, soccerprose.com


About the author: Matthew Wall


I've played soccer since I could walk thanks to my father and love keeping up on all the latest gear and gab. I'm in my twenties, and I'm lucky enough to have found work in search marketing for a leading soccer retailer after completing my M.A. at Georgetown in 2008. My team is Liverpool, and national side is Ireland, but I've also got a passion for GAA and a number of sports. Feel free to give me a shout on Google+


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