savile-rogue-redeemer-t-shirt-by-richard-debenham

Based on the Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio, this image contains multiple icons of Brazilian life, including plenty of World Cup references. Designed exclusively for Savile Rogue by Richard Debenham, one of the UK's leading graphic designers. 
 

puma-brasil-track-jacket-monaco-blue

The original Brasil track jacket was first zipped on a German football pitch in 1981. It made a name for itself with its comfy materials and smooth, form-fitting style.
 
This new version still has loads of tricks up its sleeves and keeps that football legacy in check by honoring Brasil. More specifically, the Puma Brasil sneaker icon. The shoe's tread pattern appears as a graphic on this Brasil Track Jacket.
 

puma-brasil-medium-green-vibrant-yellow

In 1970, the Brasilian national team reset the bar in football. To honor their world victory, Puma introduced the Puma Brasil: state-of-the-art suede, a clean toe, and a durable cupsole for drills, all wrapped up in green-yellow-and-blue. It became the go-to for athletes warming up. The original Brasil is re-issued here with its vintage looks intact, its name and style still synonymous with some of the greatest football ever played.
 

cruyff-classics-vicenzo-world-cup-collection

At the 1974 World Cup the Dutch National Team set the world on fire with their signature tactical style ‘Total Football’.
 
This revolution inspired Cruyff Classics to release this capsule shoe collection. They created a shoe for Holland and each World Cup Champion between 1974 and 2014, celebrating their World Cup legacy, and used their shirts as an inspiration for the colours. 

nike-FC-air-max-1-id

The Nike Air Max 1 is an icon of '80s innovation, featuring soft, responsive Max Air cushioning and a snug, comfortable fit. Today, the Nike F.C. Air Max 1 Premium iD offers one of Nike's most iconic design features—elephant print—on the upper, laces, Swoosh and more, plus customisable colours that stand out in a crowd.
 

puma-brasil-vintage-football-trainers-black-white

In 1970, the Brasilian national team reset the bar in football. To honor their world victory, Puma introduced the Puma Brasil: state-of-the-art suede, a clean toe, and a durable cupsole for drills, all wrapped up in green-yellow-and-blue. It became the go-to for athletes warming up. The original Brasil is re-issued here with its vintage looks intact, its name and style still synonymous with some of the greatest football ever played.