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Blackpool launched their new home kit for the next two seasons in the Championship fixture against Nottingham Forest.

Modelled by captain Rob Edwards, goalkeeper Paul Rachubka and long-serving midfielder Keith Southern, the new strip has been manufactured by new kit supplier Carbrini Sportswear and contains state of the art manufacturing qualities that incorporate the very latest innovative fabric construction techniques.

Reverting back to a woven club badge, the tangerine home shirt is styled with a semi-rib v-neck and contains the sponsorship logos of Carbrini Sportswear and Glyn Jones Estate Agents. 'Seasiders' text can also be seen on the inside lower hem of the shirt, which provides great hanger appeal.

Using Carbrini CBX TEX garment technology - making the shirt more breathable and able to wick moisture away from the skin to enhance performance - the new strip is set to be a huge hit with supporters.

The new shorts are mainly white and contain the sponsors' log of Bradley builders towards the back. Both shorts and socks contain the black 'C' Carbrini logo.

Prices for the shirt are: £39.95 for adults, £29.95 for medium, large and extra-large juniors and £24.95 for extra-small and small juniors. For prices on smaller kits please see in store. 

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Comments (9)

  1. Joe Barbieri

Carbrini typeface should\'ve just been on it\'s own, the big C is terrible and shouldn\'t be in black. The C on the socks is shocking. 4/10 Collars nice

 
  1. danwho

OK so another kit manufacturer is here, with most pundits predicting they\'ll go the way of Matchwinner, Scoreline, Spall et al Despite probably the worst colours to work with (but hey they are Blackpool\'s colours) I reckon they\'ve done alright.<br /><br />It\'s simple and not too in your face. The collar looks good, and the raglan sleeve is quite good too. They\'ve let themselves down with their own logo - the black looks amateurish and either use your logo C. or the word carbrini but not both. And the logo on the shoulders and sock turnover is going to extremes ala lotto and kappa.<br /><br />Goalie kit looks old skool cool! Well done.<br /><br />BTW anyone else reckon someone gets paid to think up sportswear-speak; eg \"contains state of the art manufacturing qualities that incorporate the very latest innovative fabric construction techniques\"<br /><br /> innovative fabric construction techniques - is that fancy talk for \"we used a new sewing machine\"?!?!? :P :huh: ...

OK so another kit manufacturer is here, with most pundits predicting they\'ll go the way of Matchwinner, Scoreline, Spall et al Despite probably the worst colours to work with (but hey they are Blackpool\'s colours) I reckon they\'ve done alright.<br /><br />It\'s simple and not too in your face. The collar looks good, and the raglan sleeve is quite good too. They\'ve let themselves down with their own logo - the black looks amateurish and either use your logo C. or the word carbrini but not both. And the logo on the shoulders and sock turnover is going to extremes ala lotto and kappa.<br /><br />Goalie kit looks old skool cool! Well done.<br /><br />BTW anyone else reckon someone gets paid to think up sportswear-speak; eg \"contains state of the art manufacturing qualities that incorporate the very latest innovative fabric construction techniques\"<br /><br /> innovative fabric construction techniques - is that fancy talk for \"we used a new sewing machine\"?!?!? :P :huh: :whistle:

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  1. fsc

Simple. Perfect. Love that orange colour. So what if it\'s an unknown manufacturer?

 
  1. Paul - curswine

Carbrini are relatively unknown when it comes to sportswear, but they excel themselves in chav wear, and Blackpool is capital of chav land, so makes sense.<br /><br />Personally, I think it is alright, the black writing is hideous with the tangerine background colour but other than that it\'s basic and ok.

 
  1. Matthew Wilkinson

Might just be the photos, but I think its a different shade of orange (or tangerine as it should be called) than the outgoing kit, more akin to when they first started to wear the colour. The carbrini logo is really really ugly, they could have selected a nicer shade of Tangerine as the main colour, but its not too bad. Might have looked better with navy socks though. For the away kit, they should bring back the Belgian flag shirt colour scheme. Might be a few issues with a colour clash, but it would look awesome on the field.

 
  1. larkhall bear

i really dont like the collar, its too open! other than that its ok.

 
  1. fsc

[quote=curswine]Carbrini are relatively unknown when it comes to sportswear, but they excel themselves in chav wear, and Blackpool is capital of chav land, so makes sense.<br /><br />Personally, I think it is alright, the black writing is hideous with the tangerine background colour but other than that it\'s basic and ok.[/quote]<br /><br />Agree most fans of the other clubs would kick up a fuss about this piece of crap Carbrini has produced, but as you pointed out the people of Blackpool are very much in to there chav wear so im sure they will like it.<br /><br />The shirt itself in my opnion is awful, the logos are look terrible and look like after a few washes they will begin to peel off. The socks again look ver tack and cheap the huge \'\'C\'\' looks laughauble :-x <br /><br />All in all a very poor shirt, but to be fair what else would you expect from a company like Carbrini who have probably kitted out 3 quaters of the chavs in Britain

[quote=curswine]Carbrini are relatively unknown when it comes to sportswear, but they excel themselves in chav wear, and Blackpool is capital of chav land, so makes sense.<br /><br />Personally, I think it is alright, the black writing is hideous with the tangerine background colour but other than that it\'s basic and ok.[/quote]<br /><br />Agree most fans of the other clubs would kick up a fuss about this piece of crap Carbrini has produced, but as you pointed out the people of Blackpool are very much in to there chav wear so im sure they will like it.<br /><br />The shirt itself in my opnion is awful, the logos are look terrible and look like after a few washes they will begin to peel off. The socks again look ver tack and cheap the huge \'\'C\'\' looks laughauble :-x <br /><br />All in all a very poor shirt, but to be fair what else would you expect from a company like Carbrini who have probably kitted out 3 quaters of the chavs in Britain

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  1. fsc

RE CHIMBA :cheer: <br /><br />Buen LOGO

 
  1. fsc

as a PNE fan i think all of the lashers shirts are bad but this is terrible never seen such a bad **** for such a bad team

 
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