James Rodríguez has become the third footballer from the Spanish club Real Madrid to launch an innerwear range.
The 23-year-old soccer player has recently joined forces with the Colombian brand Bronzini to unveil his own line of men’s intimate apparels, named J10.
The collection features an array of briefs and shorts with contrasting bright neon hued waistbands as well as drawstring pants, Bermudas and T-shirts in earthy tones.
The Colombian midfielder has followed in the footsteps of the former England skipper David Beckham and current Portuguese World Player of the Year, Chritiano Ronaldo, to unveil and model for his own line.
Rodríguez’ stunning performance at the World Cup in Brazil led him to move from AS Monaco FC to Real Madrid for a transfer fee of €80 million, making him the most expensive Colombian in history and one of the most expensive players in football.
Bronzini specializes in both men’s and women’s innerwear and sleepwear.
David Beckham owns a line with the Swedish retailer H&M and Chritiano Ronaldo owns a range of innerwear and shirts under the brand name CR7 by Chritiano Ronaldo. (PB)
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