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Dont really give a toss about the 2nd kit, its a change kit and should give us an opportunity to try different combinations ... Dont recall us ever having had a red/black kit so no problem with that .

My mate has a mate that lives in Italy and his mate knows someone that works in the Errea factory and he says he's not supposed to do so but he sneaked one of the new away shirts out of its packaging

I can exclusively reveal the new away strip.    I can't see this causing any issues at all.     

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Black with pinstripes...reckon I'll look about 50lbs lighter when wearing it, so it gets the thumbs up from me.

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Black with pinstripes...reckon I'll look about 50lbs lighter when wearing it, so it gets the thumbs up from me.

The club will be hoping it will make as many of us as possible about 50 pounds lighter.....

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Not a fan of the shoulder bits, apart from that it's pretty decent! However, what we going to wear for county away? All black will clash with C*untys all navy! Will the last seasons away become a 3rd strip?

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Not a fan of the shoulder bits, apart from that it's pretty decent! However, what we going to wear for county away? All black will clash with C*untys all navy! Will the last seasons away become a 3rd strip?

U could be right but won't County were their white away strip?

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Not a fan of the shoulder bits, apart from that it's pretty decent! However, what we going to wear for county away? All black will clash with C*untys all navy! Will the last seasons away become a 3rd strip?

 

The use of "Home & Away" is actually outdated as they are now viewed as First Choice and Change kits.  Both clubs should wear the first choice kit where there's no clash in colours.  Where there's a clash then the visiting team should wear the change kit.  Where the change kit also clashes then the home club should wear their change kit.  Where no combination of first or change kits can create enough distinction between teams then a second change kit comes in to play...for that reason I imagine we will keep the old away kit registered in case such an instance should arise.

 

So following the above process, then for games against C*unty they would need to wear their change (away) kit....even if they're at home.

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The day 5462 Invernessians buy a season ticket anywhere will be one for the record books....

 

Can't say it does anything for me, and I agree the shoulder bits just look tacked on basically. Very few strips are decent these days as designers seem to be having a laugh. I am biased but the old simple 60's strips still look great and still sell in droves 50 years later. Doubt we'll see many of todays strips selling in 2063.

 

Jaisus I'm sounding more like ma dad every year...

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No. It's "a cracker!" I think I'll mosey down later and get one in time to make an erse of myself (again) at football this week. Ach well.

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I'm glad you like it, I am pretty excited myself... it was when ICT and CPFC had virtually the same kit one season that sealed me adopting Caley as my Scottish club, now if ICT could adopt Palace's away kit, I could get one with Eagle4Caley on the back!

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