Tiki Taka - Tee or Sweat

£27.00

  • Description
  • Size Guide

Description

Tiki Taka. If Spaniards can claim anything, it’s excellent taste in footballers. The intricate passing ability of that mid-2000s Spain team, widely known as ‘tiki-taka’, is unrivalled this century and probably the only style of football that has come close to challenging Cruyff’s Dutch total football generation of the 70’s. Nurturing a possession based game, the Spanish national team dominated the continent and then the world from 2008-2012, picking up three major trophies.

Tiki-taka is a systemic approach to the game, founded upon team unity and a solid understanding in finding pockets of space across the pitch. Although generally renowned as an elegant and intelligent style of play, ‘La Furia Roja’ (Red Fury) were ruthless in victory for an extended period of time, which holds them in high regard to this day. Take a dose of Xabi Alonso, add a hint of Iniesta and Xavi and the recipe is complete.

Size Guide

Size Guide 

Sizing

We all know that some like to wear their T-shirts like Arjen Robben and others prefer the old-school baggy (90’s style), so make sure to look at our sizing guide before you make your purchase.

If you’re not sure what your chest size is then get a fabric tape measure, wrap it around you under your armpits and take your chest measurement in centimetres.                                           

 

 

 

SWEATS

 

 

 

 

 

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M

L

XL

2XL

 

3XL

 

Chest - cms

108

116

120

124

134

 

144

 

Length -cms

65

66

70

70

71

 

73

 

                                                        

 

 

 

TEES

 

 

 

 

 

S

M

L

XL

2XL

 

 

3XL

 

 

Chest -cms

100

106

110

114

126

 

134

 

Length - cms

68

70

70

74

75

 

77

 

           

 

Materials
There's nothing more disappointing than a T-shirt that shrinks after the first wash. From our previous experiences we've found that you get exactly what you pay for, so we've made it our mission to make a football merchandise brand that is genuine high quality - we want our products to be worth every penny and more.
 
Social Responsibility 

Our t-shirt supplier is part of the Fair Wear foundation which works to improve labour conditions for garment workers, meeting the following social responsibility criteria. 

  • No use of child labour
  • No use of forced labour
  • Safe and healthy working conditions
  • Legal labour contracts
  • Payment of living wage
  • Freedom of association and the right to collective bargaining
  • No discrimination against employees
  • No excessive hours of work 

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