Celtic release new Adidas x House of Tiro gear

By Euan Davidson

September 15, 2021

Celtic have launched more Adidas gear, and we’re duty-bound to admit it looks very nice indeed.

Following on from two previous trainingwear drops this season, Adidas’ House of Tiro have worked up some new designs for the Hoops faithful. Drawing on some 90s influence, the new tracksuit jackets, shirt and trousers follow a classic feel.

Released by Celtic and Adidas this morning, the shirt has a similar design to the third shirt, minus pinstripes. A large Adidas crest adorns the back, as modelled by Joe Hart, James McCarthy, Christopher Jullien and Jota.

We’re not sure how much longer Celtic can bring out great-looking garments. There’s even more potential, with Adidas Originals bringing out a range for Arsenal last year [AFC].

Needless to say, Celtic fans have a wide choice this year. While New Balance training gear and casual wear was decent, this is next-level.

It’s exactly what we expected when Adidas and Celtic agreed a merchandising deal, to be honest. Both parties know the faithfulness of the support, and the appreciation for classic styles which has only grown over the last half-decade or so.

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Have Adidas got away with harking back to the 90s with these designs? Very possibly.

Obviously, Celtic fans reacted. Football shirt culture, and all the trappings around it, generate huge interest. Today was no exception.

Fans also reacted to the presence of Christopher Jullien, who featured heavily in the promotional material distributed by the club.

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