AS Monaco and Kappa just dropped their first kit since announcing they’d be reloading their partnership for the start of 2019/20 season.
The iconic sports brand was Monaco’s kit supplier between 1998 and 2001, dropping some all-time classic kits that were worn by the likes of Fabien Barthez, Thierry Henry and David Trezeguet and as one of the most glamorous clubs in the world, AS Monaco’s kits always made a statement.
The club’s first drop of its new era with Kappa is ultra clean and classically-styled. While the iconic Kappa sleeve taping isn’t featured, the jersey reintroduces the “officer collar” that’s been present through some of Monaco’s most important kits. The sleek red and white shirt also includes an all-over diamond print, nodding to Monaco’s official coat of arms.
Kappa’s iconic “Omini” logo completes the drip in a gold-print logo featuring on the chest and sleeves.
In other kit news, get a closer look at the new adidas and Arsenal jersey that dropped earlier this week.