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Re: 21/22 shirts

PostPosted: 22 Jul 2021, 17:33
by CheeznOnionPasty
I'm a little underwhelmed, not sure I can put my finger on specifics but something about the collar and shoulder stripes isn't working for me. It's a bit "meh".

Hopefully loads of people do like it.

Re: 21/22 shirts

PostPosted: 22 Jul 2021, 20:56
by West beach white
CheeznOnionPasty wrote:I'm a little underwhelmed, not sure I can put my finger on specifics but something about the collar and shoulder stripes isn't working for me. It's a bit "meh".

Hopefully loads of people do like it.


Records sales would suggest that they do.
It’s certainly a bit different, using yellow as the predominant trim colour. I don’t mind it , I think It’ll grow on me and I’ll end up loving it .

Re: 21/22 shirts

PostPosted: 23 Jul 2021, 04:32
by Deebo
I like the new home kit, and just ordered it online. First home strip for me in years!

It's funny how they are quite subjective at first, and really, the main thing that determines its longevity in fans minds is how we did in it! (a few anomalies of course!)

Speaking of our club's kits over time, I can't wait to get my hands on our forum's own Rob Endeacott's new book :)
http://www.lufctalk.com/resources/leeds ... s-719.html

Re: 21/22 shirts

PostPosted: 23 Jul 2021, 13:32
by Scott
Not a fan of the new kit. It's fine, but nothing more really.

One thing I do think is funny is the shirts being sent out to former players and a handful of influencers. Nothing wrong with that for exposure, of course. Just find it funny that for them it comes in a snazzy box with the legend "football is for the fans", while those very fans who buy it online will have it arrive in little more than a plastic bag.

Re: 21/22 shirts

PostPosted: 23 Jul 2021, 22:56
by Anonymous White
Any solid date for when the other 2 shirts are going to drop?

Re: 21/22 shirts

PostPosted: 23 Jul 2021, 23:09
by Leicester White
Scott wrote:Not a fan of the new kit. It's fine, but nothing more really.

One thing I do think is funny is the shirts being sent out to former players and a handful of influencers. Nothing wrong with that for exposure, of course. Just find it funny that for them it comes in a snazzy box with the legend "football is for the fans", while those very fans who buy it online will have it arrive in little more than a plastic bag.


Agreed, would be great if every shirt came in that box... imagine they could make that happen at £5 cost to the club and it'd make a world of difference to the fan buying it.

Re: 21/22 shirts

PostPosted: 30 Jul 2021, 16:51
by Barlow Boy

Re: 21/22 shirts

PostPosted: 30 Jul 2021, 17:33
by Davycc
I'm liking the away kit :thumbup: