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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, the Levi’s brand, an official partner of LFC, has created three exclusive trucker jackets and limited-edition t-shirts for supporters.

The products are inspired by season-defining moments and memories from LFC players Andrew Robertson, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Divock Origi and have pieces of the actual goal net from the Kop end integrated into the design.

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

The Levi’s LFC trucker jackets each carry a bespoke design representing highlight moments chosen by three members of the first-team squad.

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

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

“He’s got the Dad look down to a tee. He’s the cool Dad. At the Christmas party he’s rocking up in a nice pair of skinny jeans, shirt with a little bit of chest hair poking through, a jacket and a pair of clean white trainers.

“He keeps it fresh and cool. The glasses and the rugged beard, the hair is flowing. He knows where he’s at, he sticks to it and he rocks it well.”

Striker Divock Origi, when asked who out of the three of them was the best dressed, said:

“I’d say confidently that is me. I’m quite progressive and into my fashion. Day-to-day clothing I’d say Alex (Oxlade-Chamberlain). Worst dressed in the squad – Robbo (Andy Robertson) or Milly (James Milner), they don’t take any risks. If they took more risks I’d 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 spirit of the players could bring to life. Each trucker jacket doesn’t just remember one moment from the season, they commemorate the character the players, club and supporters.

“This is 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 the Levi’s Liverpool ONE store for the next week with fans able to win one of the truckers by entering a prize draw. Each jacket will be delivered to the winners with a certificate of authenticity and will be gift-wrapped in part of the Kop End goal-net, making them a truly money-can’t-buy memento for an unforgettable season.

All proceeds from the draw will be donated to the LFC Foundation, to help fund local community pantries in Liverpool through its COVID-19 recovery response work that provides vital food supplies to the most high-need communities in Liverpool.

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