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Inter Milan had plenty of struggles last season, but Wesley Sneijder and company are looking to rebound from their disappointing season and win the Serie A once again. This season they will be wearing the new Nike Inter Milan home jersey and it looks great.

This new jersey keeps the traditional black and blue vertical stripes that Inter are known for. However, this jersey features distinctly thicker stripes than last season’s jersey, and in my opinion, it looks great. It’s hard to switch up such a classic design, but this minor tweak to the stripes helps give it a new and stylish look. The Inter Milan crest is stitched on the left chest with a single star stitched above it, while the Nike swoosh is featured on the right chest. Pirelli remains the team’s sponsor and is featured in the center of the jersey. Another nice feature this jersey has is that Inter is pressed on the back of the neck to show where your loyalty stands even when they cant see the front of your jersey.

This jersey not only looks great, but also feels great. It is made of 100 percent recycled polyester to make it both light and comfortable. It also makes it environmentally friendly. Like most Nike jerseys, this one features Nike’s Dri-Fit technology to keep you both dry and comfortable as you cheer your team on.

This season will hopefully be a rebound season, and Inter fans are looking for their team to add another Serie A title. With AC Milan getting rid of some key players and Juventus’ coach getting a ban, the door is wide open for them to get back into the title race. This jersey is currently available at SoccerPro.com, so head over and check one out today to get ready for the upcoming Serie A season.

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


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