A few days after unveiling their 2019-20 fourth kit, PSG and Jordan Brand released a complete apparel collection. Here’s what this collaboration has to offer.

Paris Saint Germain x Jordan

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Last week, Paris Saint Germain unveiled its elegant 2019-20 fourth kit. The new team jersey sports a black base and is lit up by the vibrant colours of the French flag. The iconic Jumpman logo appears in the upper right corner.

Launched alongside the kit is a complete apparel collection that celebrates Paris and its passion for football & basketball.

PSG x Jordan 2020 Collection

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The PSG x Jordan 2020 apparel collection includes tracksuits, jerseys and two sneaker iterations. Interestingly, it is designed to suit both PSG football fans and basketball enthusiasts. In fact, the collection even offers a basketball jersey in the colours of the PSG.

Although it highlights touches of blue and red, which are the identity colours of the Parisian club, the collection favours black and white as its main tones. This colour choice allows a much easier use in everyday life.

The key pieces of the collection are certainly the hooded jacket with two-tone sleeves and the multicoloured “Ici c’est Paris” T-shirt.

Here’s a complete look at the Paris Saint Germain x Jordan 2020 apparel collection.

And here are the accessories.

PSG x Jordan 2020 Sneakers

Two sneaker iterations are included in the PSG x Jordan 2020 collection.

The first one is a Jordan x PSG Aerospace 720. Each sneaker in the pair is different and sports one of the main colors of the club (red and blue).

The second silhouette is the Jordan x PSG React Havoc which features a black upper with touches of blue and red on the heel.

Here’s what both sneakers look like.

Buy the SS20 Collection

All items from the Paris Saint-Germain x Jordan Brand collection are already available on the PSG online store and the Jordan Brand online store.

Last year, the young PSG player, Kylian Mbappé, launched a special collection called “Bondy Dreams”.