Ronaldo in Nike Vapor jersey with Aeroswift

Often times when shopping similar products, customers will ask the question, “well, what’s the difference?” That is what we are here to do today, filtering and discussing the differences between the latest round of Nike Match and Stadium jerseys. Let’s jump right into the new Nike Vapor jerseys.

Match Jersey

These are the jerseys that are exactly the same as what the players are wearing on the pitch. They feature the new AeroSwift technology, which create the optimum combination of lightweight stretch and structure. The chest area is designed to create the right fit for the person wearing it, ensuring ultimate comfort. The jersey wicks sweat away 20% faster than the most recent kits, while also drying 25% faster. They are also 10% lighter with 50% more stretch.

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Obviously, everything in the tech is created to help the players on the field, but some fans love wearing the same tech too. That is what you are getting with the Match Jersey, exactly what the players wear.

Stadium Jersey

These Stadium Jerseys are more of the traditional and standard supporter jersey. The Nike versions will lack the AeroSwift technology, but still have the Dri-FIT tech. Stadium Jerseys are also more loose fitting, which is great for fans like me who might not be in playing shape. There are a few visual differences in the Nike Stadiums jerseys as well, without the subtle wording on the back of the neck or the sleeves.

In summary, these jerseys look very similar to the match jerseys, but allow for a different fit and a slightly different style. Nike has some quality jerseys, with a little bit different scope for each of these jerseys. The subtle differences are something to note before making your purchase decision.


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