The Jam shirt is influenced by the famous 1982 England kit design. The blue colourway honours the third kit that disappointingly never made it onto the pitch at Spain ‘82.
The crest design was inspired by an original 1980s pin badge, sourced from a The Jam fan club member. To further elevate the nostalgia the swing tag doubles as a keepsake designed to replicate the original gig ticket from the band's last ever gig in Brighton. Paul Weller’s DIY jumper on The Jam’s famous ‘This is the Modern World’ album cover is referenced with a subtle arrow detailing inside the neckline of the shirt.
Only 300 of The Jam x Admiral shirts will be made, with each shirt individually numbered on the lower front.