New Balance is celebrating Liverpool FC's many European cup wins in its new collaborative capsule, "Six Times." The unveil arrives a few months after the sports giant dropped its Blackout jersey, which we crowned as the best Liverpool jersey in years.

The design on the "Six Times" kit follows suit from the Blackout range, except here branding details — from New Balance, Liverpool, and its primary sponsor, Standard Chartered — are elevated with contrasting gold.

The special edition collection is built from apparel and footwear, comprising jerseys, the 1500 trainer, track jackets, pants, a rucksack, beanie, cap, and a football. Each piece sports a special crest that references Liverpool's European triumphs in 1977, 1978, 1981, 1984, 2005, and 2019.

The kit is likely to be one of the last New Balance creates for Liverpool, as the team is set to pen a deal with Nike once its contract with the former is up.

The "Six Times" kit will retail for £70 GBP (approximately $90). It's set to drop next Wednesday on December 4 at New Balance loactions and Liverpool FC's online store.

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