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Old 17-04-2013, 21:11   #1
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The club has just released the models for next season

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Old 17-04-2013, 21:21   #2
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The first two are good. I think that's one of the better first kits of the last few years.
Would have liked the third if it was closer in color to the gold of the 2002-03 third kit. How come we haven't had a red one in a while?
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Phew, I actually kinda like these shirts. I liked the gold/yellow in our Canterbury shirts as well, and besides the yellow touch, it's FINALLY the simple design that everyone's been wanting for years now, instead of all that weird crap. And no terrible boxes on the back either. I assume we'll use the red numbers again? Yellow numbers would probably be hard to read. I don't get why the socks are blue/yellow instead of blue/white though...

The second shirt is fairly boring, but not bad. And I like the bright yellow one, for some reason I always liked shirts like that.

The one thing that keeps bugging me, are those damn red shoulder patches. Couldn't they just have used yellow Lotto-logos instead of red ones?

By the way, can anyone tell me if the Deportienda actually sells long-sleeved shirts too?

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The first two are good. I think that's one of the better first kits of the last few years.
Would have liked the third if it was closer in color to the gold of the 2002-03 third kit. How come we haven't had a red one in a while?
Canterbury's red/white shirt (their second year with us), is still by far my favorite Depor shirt. The fact that it didn't have sponsoring at the start of the year, when I bought mine, was also a huge plus.
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Old 17-04-2013, 23:20   #5
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I liked the gold/yellow in our Canterbury shirts as well, and besides the yellow touch, it's FINALLY the simple design that everyone's been wanting for years now, instead of all that weird crap. And no terrible boxes on the back either. I assume we'll use the red numbers again?

Canterbury's red/white shirt (their second year with us), is still by far my favorite Depor shirt. The fact that it didn't have sponsoring at the start of the year, when I bought mine, was also a huge plus.

Yes, it's very simple and has a throwback quality to it because of that. The wide stripes on the home shirt are nonnegotiable. Every 1st kit should have those. Not much of a collar, which I like too.

Not a big fan of that Canterbury shirt that you mentioned, though I don't think they did too bad of a job in their time. 2002-3 was really the top year for kits as far as I'm concerned.
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Old 17-04-2013, 23:43   #6
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I have never been a fan of our supliers (nor Joma, nor Canterbury, and especially not Lotto) but this home shirt is the first one since many years that I could buy as soon as it appears in Polish Internet shop. Still, can't wait for the moment when we're going to have kind of normal supplier (Adidas, Nike or at least Puma).

btw. 3rd one looks like BVB.
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btw. 3rd one looks like BVB.
Which is great!

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Yes, it's very simple and has a throwback quality to it because of that. The wide stripes on the home shirt are nonnegotiable. Every 1st kit should have those. Not much of a collar, which I like too.

Not a big fan of that Canterbury shirt that you mentioned, though I don't think they did too bad of a job in their time. 2002-3 was really the top year for kits as far as I'm concerned.
Wow, judging from this post, we must have the exact opposite tastes in shirts
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I dont know i dont like the yellow on our sleeves. :/
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I will be buying the home kit, and maybe the 3rd kit but not really liking the 2nd one but that may change.
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I dont know i dont like the yellow on our sleeves. :/

I agree, that yellow simply doesn't fit to this design. Without that I would have loved it.
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Phhh don't like! Really why these yellow strips are there? Just take it off and the club gonna be have more sells
Ok the second and the third kits aren't so bad but the home kit :X
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I think the yellow is a throwback to the old shirts. It's not the first time we've had those. Canterbury had them (although that was more gold than yellow), and we've had yellow details in the year Depor became champions as well.

I really like the yellow touch, although I do agree that the yellow on the sleeves is a bit too thick. A more subtler line of yellow would've been nicer.
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wow, BVB has become a European giant
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I think they are all quite nice actually, although the 3rd kit is a bit too bright for me, but thats just a matter of style/fashion .. lol.

My only real complaint, which will stop me from buying the 1st kit, are the yellow/gold sleeves, I really cant understand why they did that!
Blue, white, black, red and gold are far too many colours on a football shirt.
Without the yellow/gold, the shirt would have been pretty flawless.

So for that reason, I think I will buy the 2nd kit.
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Much better than this season kit, no doubt.

I like the 2nd and 3rd shirt, although it seems a bit to Inter and BVB.

The 1st one is a classic and simple design with the blue&white stripes, which I like, except for the yellow detail on the sleeves, that shoul be just blue, or with a subtler line of yellow, as has been said.
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