Beckham's Inter Miami unveils a new kit - made of recycled plastic, and presented at the depth of the ocean - The Coventry Observer

10th Aug, 2022

Beckham's Inter Miami unveils a new kit - made of recycled plastic, and presented at the depth of the ocean

Coventry Editorial 2nd Jun, 2021 Updated: 2nd Jun, 2021

INTER Miami introduced a new reserve kit.

The kit is made in bright blue colours (with orange stripes on the shoulders) and traditionally manufactured by Adidas (the title sponsor of the team).

In addition to the unusual appearance (the other two Miami kits are in white and black with pink accents), the jersey has a certain environmental undertone.

The David Beckham club followed the recent example of Chelsea and also made a uniform completely composed of recycled plastic.

Becks himself had environmental problems in the past, but similar environmental principles will soon be followed by every MLS club through the league’s nature care activities.

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The most interesting thing is how the club presented a gorgeous new form.

Model Coral Tomashik wore the jersey while diving 30metres deep in the ocean.

The club also collaborated with the rather popular underwater photographer Jason Washington (better known as Cayman Jason).

He promotes ocean protection and scuba diving.

Interestingly, the girl dived without an oxygen tank, floating between takes up and down.

Inter Miami Marketing and Brand Manager Mike Ridley explained the main message that the kit carries to people: “The snapshot is a message to remind people that the oceans can be plastic-free and we must protect them as well.”

For the first time, Inter appeared in a new kit already on May 29 for the match against DC United, whose players, by the way, will wear white jerseys created using similar technologies.

It’s hard to imagine that in 2008 Beckham was accused of violating environmental principles.

Funny that it was just 13 years ago. Becks was considered almost a threat to global ecology.

According to British scientists, he released 163tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere annually (the average Englishman had only 9.4tons).

And some media outlets claimed that David holds a kind of historical record in the rate of contamination of the Earth’s atmosphere – he did it faster than any person in the world.

The fault was his numerous flights to the games, as well as the many cars that were in the Englishman’s garage.

Apparently, Becks is now paying more awareness to the environment.

Although earlier David Beckham became the brand ambassador for Maserati. The company announced the signing of the contract on April 12, and as part of the collaboration, David Beckham has already starred in the first commercial for Maserati.

David Beckham also starred in a commercial with a Chinese model. English football star, a happy husband and father, recently starred in a commercial in an unusual role for himself: for a while, he became the fiance of a Chinese actress and model Angelababy.

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