A Bleacher Bum Collectible special. Designed in partnership with adidas and the National Hockey League (NHL), the first reversible sweater ever in North American professional sports, rendered in a fashion-forward black and blue colour combination, showcases the classic primary crest with a shibori-inspired print and the Toronto skyline subtly woven into the bands on the arms of the sweater and the uniform's socks. Off the ice, fans may choose to flip the sweater to feature a drew house inspired version with gold trim underneath, and elements of the drew house motif inside the classic Maple Leaf logo, to create a uniform that has never been seen in sport.
Made for the most elite hockey players in the world, the ADIZERO sets a new standard in hockey uniform innovation and technology. The Jersey features performance poly fabric and a new lightweight crest and numbering system that make the Jersey 19% lighter than its predecessor.The ADIZERO also offers adidas Clima technology, combining moisture management and air flow circulation for a cooler, more breathable wear. As the authentic NHL jersey, ADIZERO is constructed for performance and durability. Not only is it stronger in the abrasion areas, but it also includes on-ice features like the authentic tie down strap. As a symbol of authenticity, the ADIZERO showcases the Platinum Chrome NHL Shield in the center of the collar. Primegreen is a series of high-performance materials containing a minimum of 50% recycled content. AEROREADY technology absorbs moisture and makes you feel dry. Embroidered adidas applique on center back neck.
Tagless collar for added comfort. Team logo on center chest. NHL® Shield patch sewn to bottom of front-collar fabric insert.Cash in Person (for local pick ups ONLY). This item is in the category "Sports Mem, Cards & Fan Shop\Fan Apparel & Souvenirs\Hockey-NHL". The seller is "target0007" and is located in this country: CA. This item can be shipped to Canada, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, United States, Mexico, Brazil, Australia.