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UK's soccer brand Umbro unveils FIFA inspired t-shirts
09
Jun '14
With the FIFA World Cup’ just around the corner, U.K. premier Soccer brand – Umbro, after unleashing its Soccer boots for its fans has unveiled its range of FIFA inspired T-shirts.
 
With a plethora of options to spoil one for his choice, the T-shirts are available in super cool and awesome colors of navy blue, sunny lemon yellow, impeccable white, midnight black and many more. 
 
Team it up with a pair of denim jeans or 3/4th pants and flip flops and add that oomph factor to the personality. Make head turns as one walks the street supporting the favorite team.
 
The cotton texture makes the T-shirts comfortable and the colors impart an overall stylish, relaxed look to the persona. The merchandise is available at all Planet Sports & Central outlets across the country. Also available online on Myntra , Amazon, Flipkart  & Jabong.
 
Umbro is a British sportswear and football equipment supplier based in Manchester. Umbro designs, sources, and markets football-related apparel, footwear, and equipment. Its products are sold in over 90 countries worldwide. An original Manchester based football brand that invented sportswear and sports tailoring, Umbro’s first major football kit was made for Manchester City in 1934. A kit they won the FA Cup in. The company combines its heritage in sports tailoring with modern football culture to create groundbreaking and iconic football apparel, footwear and equipment that blend performance and style.
 

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