BORO’S new adidas home shirt sees the return of the white chestband that has become such a popular feature with supporters over the years – and a long-sleeved version is now in stock.
The chestband has become something of a trademark since it was first worn by Jack Charlton’s Second Division champions in 1974 and reappears for the first time since 2008-09.
Next season’s shirt, which includes the three white adidas stripes on the sleeves, will be paired with red shorts with a white trim and red socks.
The away kit features a shirt in striking sky blue and navy, with navy shorts and sky-blue socks.
Two goalkeeper kits will be introduced next season. The first is in a fluorescent orange/pink design described by adidas as “warning”, the second is turquoise, described as “super cyan”.
Both feature half-black sleeves with white stripes and matching socks.
Many of the products use innovative Climacool or Climawarm technologies, which work together to regulate the athlete’s body temperature better than any single fabric can.
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