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Here are Five of the Best Looking Fan-Made Nike x Chelsea Jerseys

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Chelsea and Nike recently confirmed their kit deal worth a huge £900 million lasting 15 years, starting from next season.

With that in mind, we scoured through the Internet for some of the best mockups by fans for Nike-made Chelsea kits and we were not disappointed.

Bear in mind that some of these were made way before the deal was announced.

1) Collared-up

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Taking inspiration from Everton’s past kit, the white collars and sleeve helps to give a classy touch to the Chelsea outfit. The covered buttons keep the top elegant and the embroidered Nike logo provides a clean finish.

2) 50 Shades of Blue 

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While the shades of blue shown aren’t quite the Chelsea blue, the illusion of dynamism and movement is a nice touch and unlike anything we have in the current kits across the top clubs. As with the first, this mockup contains the simplicity and minimalism of Nike’s designs and it’s not hard to imagine it on actual players.

3) Form-fitting

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In accordance to this year’s template for Nike jerseys, this mockup is probably the most likely to exist out of all the rest. The template has been seen on the England jersey as well as Manchester City’s, with a darker shade used on the sleeves and shoulders to make the torso stand out.

4) All Frenched Up

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If you’re thinking that this looks awfully like the French jersey, it’s because you’re right. All this is, is Chelsea and Yokohama logos placed on top of the actual French jersey. Call that plagiarism but boy does this look good.

5) Up, up and away

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A first-look at a possible Away jersey, this mockup is fairly representative of what Nike might go with. It has the Dri-Fit holes at the abdomens and the Photoshopper even bothered to add the Premier League patches on the sleeves. The only real issue is that the design feels like a little “last season”.

Here are Five of the Best Looking Fan-Made Nike x Chelsea Jerseys

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