Bolton Wanderers FC new home kit, featuring the Rbk logo and with navy and red flashing, goes on general sale to supporters on Thursday 10 May 2007.
Designed and produced by the Club's sponsor and leading sportswear company Reebok, the new shirt is priced at GBP 39.99 for adult short-sleeved and GBP 29.99 for junior short-sleeved.
The new shirt integrates 'PLAYDRY' technology into the fabric, which is a moisture management system that helps keeps the body cooler, drier and more comfortable.
Bolton Wanderers' home colours are white shirts with navy trim, worn with white shorts and socks. Their current away kit colours are portuguese red with gold and black trim. Bolton did not always wear the white kit they do today, in 1884 they wore white with red spots. Bolton's traditional colours are white shirts with navy blue shorts.
The navy blue shorts were dispensed with in the early 2000s. The club had tried an earlier experiment with an all white kit in the 1970s.
The Bolton Wanderers club badge consists of the initials of the club in the shape of a ball, with red and blue ribbons beneath. The ribbons controversially replaced the red rose of Lancashire following the club's move to the Reebok Stadium. The club's original badge was the town crest of Bolton.