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Liverpool celebrate title with Levi’s trucker jackets

LFC Trucker Jackets by Levi’s

To celebrate Liverpool’s Premier League title triumph, LFC official partner Levi’s brand has created three exclusive trucker jackets and limited edition fan t-shirts.

The products are inspired by the defining moments and memories of the season of LFC players Andrew Robertson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Divock Origi and incorporate pieces of the Kop End real goal net into the design.

All proceeds from the fundraiser will go to LFC’s official charity, the LFC Foundation, and LFC’s community team, Red Neighbors, to help fund the local community pantries in Liverpool through its COVID-19 recovery response work.

Levi’s LFC Trucker Jackets each feature a bespoke design depicting milestone moments chosen by three members of the first team.

The designs were hand painted by the street artist behind the famous murals by Jurgen Klopp and Trent Alexander Arnold in Merseyside, Akse.

Speaking of Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp’s fashion sense, midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain said:

“He’s got daddy’s look on a T-shirt. He’s the cool daddy. At the Christmas party, he cradles in cute skinny jeans, a shirt with a little chest hair, a jacket and a pair of clean white sneakers.

“It keeps it fresh and fresh. The glasses and the rough beard, the hair floats. He knows where he is, he stands there and he rocks him well. “

Forward Divock Origi, when asked which of the three was best dressed, said:

“I would confidently say it’s me. I am quite progressive and in my fashion. Everyday clothes, I would say Alex (Oxlade-Chamberlain). The worst dressed of the team – Robbo (Andy Robertson) or Milly (James Milner), they take no chances. If they took more risks, I would give them more points. ”

Speaking about the project, street artist Akse said: “The designs are a celebration of an incredible season in a way that only Levi’s and the minds of the players could bring to life. Each trucker jacket not only remembers a moment in the season, it commemorates the character of the players, club and supporters.

“It’s a celebration for the whole LFC family and a collection fans can wear with pride. “

One of the trucker jackets will be on display in Levi’s Liverpool ONE store next week and fans can win one of the truckers by entering a raffle. Each jacket will be delivered to the winners with a certificate of authenticity and will be packaged in a part of the Kop End goal net, making it a truly impossible to buy keepsake for an unforgettable season.

All proceeds from the raffle will be donated to the LFC Foundation, to help fund the local community’s pantries in Liverpool through its COVID-19 recovery response work which provides life-saving food supplies to communities most in need of Liverpool.

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