Swedish side AIK have been dubbed the 'world's most stylish club' – and it is easy to see why after their latest retro-inspired effort.
The Scandinavian giants have been known for their stunning kits in recent years amid a campaign to be recognised as the best dressed in world football.
They have now released a new AIK Behrens jersey, named after their first ever chairman, Isodor Behrens, and based on their first ever shirt.
The classy retro jersey features an oversized badge on a clean white canvas as well as a smart collar and subtle Nike tick, partnered with plain shorts and black and yellow socks.
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The club have become known for their black home kits, making headlines for their widely lauded super-clean Black and White edition jerseys last season.
But they actually pay homage to their original white colours with the limited edition collector's kit as they continue to push the boundaries of soccer style in unique fashion.
They have ripped up convention to go back to their roots with the oversized badge in their latest effort to move away from the norm with their kits.
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Previous outfits have seen them nicknamed Smokinglirare (The Tuxedo Squad) after their Brandy Team, a winter sport played on ice, opted to wear army suits with box ties.
To celebrate the release of their latest kit, AIK will pay for 129 kids to attend Sweden's largest camp, Stadium Sportscamp, via a percentage of revenue taken from shirt sales.
The jerseys are expected to sell quickly, with the limited edition release available from Pro:Direct Soccer .
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