having now seen both the home and away shirts "up close and personal" in the club shop my opinion of both is changing. The away kit looks great-definitley gone from an its ok to quite liking it
The home kit looks much better as the "H" is not so apparent when its not being looked at directly from the front as in a picture or on a stationary Fat Boy Slim with his arms outstretched. Ive gone from "its horrendous" to "its starting to grow on me-not as bad as first thought"
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It’s a terrible design.
I can’t believe some people say they can’t vote on Tapatalk. It’s that bad that it’s worth the effort of tapping the three dots top right and selecting “web view” in order to place that vote. My normal default to any poll is that I can’t be arsed on Tapatalk, but I made an exception in this instance.
Actually, I’m pleased if few people like it. I haven’t bought a replica shirt since Nike have been making them anyway, but we (as in humans in general) need to stop buying disposable fashion to replace stuff that’s still wearable. There’s still nothing wrong with most of my Skint shirts and I don’t need a new football shirt. The clubs should do their bit for the climate emergency by not relying on everyone buying a new shirt every year. It’s the sort of decision that has to be made, ignoring the financial consequences, if we are going to save our planet. That is precisely why habits need to change. Don’t buy your kids or yourself a new shirt every year. You don’t need it.
Aren't you presuming that people throw away their old shirts with your reference to disposable fashion? I've got both new ones, pretty much as I do each year and I regularly wear the old ones as well. The new ones will purely be for match days until next season.
I took young Miss GB to Churchill Sq today for new trainers. Walked straight past the club shop in that shopping centre.
The crimson kit looks much better in real life. The home shirt looks much worse.
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I think it looks great as a PLAYING kit. I'm not so sure as just a match day shirt in XXL with grubby jeans.