Wavy football clobber specialists Nivelcrack have released a mesmerising new shirt in an ode South Korea's capital, Seoul.
The brand is based in the city, and their designers have drawn inspiration from its bright neon lights to create the standout long-sleeve football shirt.
The jersey comes in a dark blue colourway, with pink hexagonal neon pattern across it.
The Nivelcrack branding features prominently, emblazoned across the torso where your average sponsor might appear, while their smaller logo sits on the right side of the chest.
Just as Paris-Saint Germain's features a silhouette of the Eiffel Tower, Nivelcrack's badge includes the outline of Seoul's iconic Namsan Tower in neon pink. The cuffs and collar come in an understated black to give the shirt a smart finish.
Want one? Well you'll have to move first. The unique shirt is only available until Wednesday, 13 May, from Nivelcrack's website for 119,000 South Korean won - about £80.
A collective of creators from Seoul, Nivelcrack - which translates roughly as 'a level of top footballer' - specialise in lifestyle and performance wear inspired by the beautiful game, including apparel, vintage footy shirts, zines and niche merchandise.
This is just the latest stunning self-made shirt to add to their roster.