Known as "The Colombian King of Cups," Atlético Nacional has won more local and regional tournaments than any other Colombian club.
The Colombian city of Medellín and its unique brickwork inspired the new design, which features a background pattern of the brick architecture of the city. This contrasting pattern of gray bricks enhances the club’s traditional green and white lines, and is also featured on the team’s crest.
The new kit features Nike Dri-FIT technology, which pulls moisture away from the skin to the outside of the garment where it evaporates more quickly.
In line with Nike’s commitment to superior performance with lower environmental impact, the kit is made with 100 percent recycled polyester derived from plastic bottles. The result yields a shirt that is light and sustainable.
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