We’re throwing it back to the 1990s in our latest collaboration with Manchester label Factory Records.
Founded in 1978, Factory Records began life as a monthly club night, but grew to become one of the most influential independent labels in modern music. Their roster included a large number of globally successful acts such as New Order and one iconic nightclub, The Hacienda. Together they revolutionised British music and put the city on the map
For Spring/Summer 21, the new collection stays true to 90s trends with oversized fits, button up collars and just a touch of swagger. The yellow Home jersey is influenced heavily by the hazard patterns that became synonymous with the label and The Hacienda. The design features yellow zig-zagged stripes and on the shoulders, black taping with a contrasting red hazard pattern. Further details include a black collar, the iconic ‘Hearing Protection’ graphic on the chest and ‘The Factory’ across the front.
Other key pieces include the black Away jersey and striped Third Jersey. The collection also includes shorts, a printed bucket hat and a black shell jacket with a contrasting yellow, white and hazard print.
The Umbro X Factory Records collection is on sale now via umbro.co.uk.