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chiefdave

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Much better than that shite Liverpool just released today at £75 a go.
That Liverpool kit is a shocker. First year of the Nike deal after they went to court to be able to get out of the New Balance deal, not to mention they're champions, and they get something that looks like they spent about 5 minutes designing.
 

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It’s such an indication of low-end businesses when they don’t have any idea how to use their brand mark in physical media. That Pure Vans logo should be all the same colour (probably white) to ensure the best contrast. By insisting on that garish purple it not only clashes but makes it less legible.
 
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chiefdave

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It’s such an indication of low-end businesses when they don’t have any idea how to use their brand mark in physical media. That Pure Vans logo should be all the same colour (probably white) to ensure the best contrast. By insisting on that garish purple it not only clashes but makes it less legible.
You know how it works. Will have been a meeting with professional designers being overruled by the business owner / director who has zero design background because he's precious about his logo.
 

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Personally not a fan of those sorts of polo shirt collars, or indeed any variant thereof. And buttons have no place on a modern football top. Much prefer a simple v like the bottom one. Would even go so far as to prefer round neck collars, but they need contrast or look like school PE t-shirts.

I freely admit I know the sum total of fuck all about kit design, but I knows what I likes. Simple collars.
I agree. Buttons On football shirts and buttons with collars are all old fashioned and awful. I wouldn’t buy a shirt with the above on.
 
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kapowaz

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I’m pretty sure I saw exactly this design on a novelty apron on Brighton seafront once.
 

Fergusons_Beard

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Please explain how that is sexist.

It’s a design by a Coventry artist as well:BareBeauty Shop | Redbubble
Sorry of course it is.

Benovalent objectification sexism.

Why didn’t you chose a men’s body picture?

With a bit of digging you could have posted this



No idea why that t shirt being from a Coventry designer makes a difference it degrades women.


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shmmeee

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Sorry of course it is.

Benovalent objectification sexism.

Why didn’t you chose a men’s body picture?

With a bit of digging you could have posted this



No idea why that t shirt being from a Coventry designer makes a difference it degrades women.


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I didn’t use a men’s body because the joke was about LADY Godiva.

It wasn’t naked birds for naked birds sake, Jesus I can’t believe I have to explain the joke. “We should have a kit based on our heritage” “What about Lady Godiva” “How about this?”

If anything the joke subverts any sexism in the original “huh huh Lady Godiva is a naked woman” (of which I think there was barely any) By making the players into Lady Godiva. You can think it’s a shit joke, but “sexist” is beyond ridiculous.

Jesus. Stop trying so hard just because my opinions over CCFC upset you.
 
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Sky_Blue_Dreamer

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I didn’t use a men’s body because the joke was about LADY Godiva.

It wasn’t naked birds for naked birds sake, Jesus I can’t believe I have to explain the joke. “We should have a kit based on our heritage” “What about Lady Godiva” “How about this?”

If anything the joke subverts any sexism in the original “huh huh Lady Godiva is a naked woman” (of which I think there was barely any) By making the players into Lady Godiva. You can think it’s a shit joke, but “sexist” is beyond ridiculous.

Jesus. Stop trying so hard just because my opinions over CCFC upset you.
Maybe Joy should offer to recreate it in exchange for the dropping of the NDA?
 

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I liked the StadiArena black shirt, and saw one in a sports bar in Mexico a few years back. I left one of my CityLink ones in a resort in St Lucia 6 years ago, we're going back next April so I'll see if I can get a photo.
 

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I liked the StadiArena black shirt, and saw one in a sports bar in Mexico a few years back. I left one of my CityLink ones in a resort in St Lucia 6 years ago, we're going back next April so I'll see if I can get a photo.
How disappointed will you be when it's not there?
 

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Big fan of Fleetwoods hummel away kit, Southend top is really nice too img_6745-1024x576.jpg
 

Alkhen

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New Hummel Northampton kits out now, not mind-blowing but quite like the away design


If they do go brown for the away shirt i hope its simple. that home one in brown would look smart. bit like St Pauli
 

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I wasn’t a huge fan of Hummel before it was announced they were doing our kits. However, the standard of kits across the EFL and abroad has been really high. The Fleetwood, Northampton and particularly the Braga kits look v good.

I hope a long term, bespoke agreement can be struck with Hummel if they deliver another really good kit this year!