Refined simplicity is the main feature of the new shirts designed by Erreà for Delfino Pescara 1936, showing a desire to innovate models, graphics and stylistic ideas ahead of the next championship.
Tradition is confirmed for the home kit with the classic vertical light blue stripes on a white background. The clean and essential lines with an unusual round neck are highlighted with visible gold stitching along the seams and gold trims running around the sleeve edges and down the central blue stripe.
The main feature is the geometric pattern that gives a touch of motion to the upper part of the light blue stripes where thin lines in a lighter shade of blue intersect and meet to create small rhombuses and chevrons.
The same model is replicated for the away shirt only this time in a brand new and innovative bright green with light blue details on the sleeves and collar. On this shirt the graphic texture plays with the geometric patterns covering the entire central section of the shirt and forms rhombus shapes that intersect tone-on-tone creating an almost three-dimensional effect.
Both kits have a fitted cut and are made from a light and comfortable technical fabric manufactured with top quality stretch yarns that ensure maximum garment extension and breathability.
Elegance and identity combine to create the third kit. A light blue shirt features a wide vertical white stripe bearing the image of a dolphin, the club's symbol. The white polo collar with dark blue trims further highlights the essential but very refined style of the shirt.
With a semi-fitted design, this shirt is made from B-Hive, an innovative fabric made with a special honeycomb weave which creates micro air chambers. The two-ply, but extremely lightweight thread is made up of different coloured fibres in order to produce the characteristic melange effect that is typical of the leisurewear style.
For a wider choice of options, the third shirt is also available in an identical dark blue version with light blue trims.