On January 26, 2018, the Italian FA announced that the club would be introducing Nike’s new “futbol-inspired” look, the Nike Freeso.
The official Nike statement was: “Nike is thrilled to introduce the new Nike Free, which is a bold, yet playful, and contemporary interpretation of the classic Nike Freeshoes.
It is the first time the Freesos have been presented on a professional soccer field and represents the team’s new look.”
On January 30, the club announced a brand-new “fusion” look for the first half of the 2018/19 season, with the Nike Fusolo.
This new look has a sleek, tailored design with the signature Nike Air logo.
It also features the Nike Air Zoom technology and a 3D-printed upper.
On February 5, the first of three Adidas-branded uniforms were unveiled by Milan, which was also the first Italian team to unveil the new look.
The Adidas Fusolino has been worn by the club since the start of the season and was designed by Adidas’ new chief creative officer, Danilo Trigo.
The new Nike Fumero comes in three different colours, white, grey, and black.