Very cool vintage knits and perfect for right now. In fact, you can pick up vintage Merino wool World Cup track tops right now from Magliamo.
Yes, you know the label. Magliamo is known for those amazing vintage cycling tops, and I have interviewed the man behind the label on the site in the past. The label is also featured in my top 25 Mod labels for the 21st century round-up too. So some pedigree.
But this isn’t about cycling. We have a change of sport. But the same good-looking knitwear you expect from the label. Yes, we are in the world of football and, specifically, a well-time foray into the World Cup.
When it comes to World Cup gear, you could spend a small fortune on a replica shirt that will last a matter of months before getting trashed or replaced by another design. Or you could go down a classier route and go for one of these.
Take your pick from the five designs here, all based on original track tops from past World Cup Finalists.
So, working down the page, you can get France 1958, Belgium 1970, Holland 1974, Brazil 1970 and Argentina 1978. I can think of a few more that could have been here, but just the five as it stands. If I see more, I’ll let you know.
Each one has the headline Merino wool construction for warmth as well as an embroidered logo. A full-front zip for most, with the exception of the Brazil jacket with the shorter zip. Team names are on the back in some cases, but not all. Brazil, of course, is on the front.
This is the kind of thing that will be worn long after the Finals have finished, which is what you really want when you make a clothing investment.
Lovely knitwear, regardless of what’s going on, you can pick one up now from Magliamo directly for £139.
Via His Knibs