Iron Maiden albums have become football shirts! The Powerslave model was inspired by the cover of the album of the same name, released by the English band in 1984. The main image refers to ancient Egypt and, therefore, the hieroglyphics characteristic of the time are everywhere. Eddie, transformed into an Egyptian sphinx, is featured in the embroidery of the shield.
Developed and approved together with Iron Maiden, the line of official soccer jerseys of the band was produced with the same quality and technology as the jerseys used by major clubs around the world.
The main feature of the Powerslave model is the predominant color, which refers to the sands of the Egyptian desert. The color blue was also used on the front of the shirt, which is a hue quite present in the original album illustration. To fill the entire front of the model, dozens of hieroglyphs that make up the details of the cover pyramid were reproduced. The embroidered shield bears the face of Eddie characteristic of the Powerslave - an Egyptian sphinx - with the inscription "Maiden FC", making an allusion that, now, each of the Iron Maiden albums has become a team.
On the back of the shirt, the model bears the number 84, corresponding to the year of release of the album, applied in sticker in blue and white colors. The inscription ?Powerslave?, referring to the inspiration album, is sublimated at the neck. The model completes the official product seal certifying that you are purchasing an original and exclusive product, licensed and approved by Iron Maiden himself
- 100% polyester