fulham 10-11 third kappa kit


This new green and gold Kappa Third Kit was worn by the team in Saturday's Barclays Premier League away match against West Brom.

A unique shirt with gold logos, embellishments and stitching on the classic Harrods green fabric.

A classic looking football shirt but with the features and design to allow lightness and elasticity to maximise athletes' muscle strength and improve their endurance.

The shirt is made of a quick dry performance fabric: a high performance fabric engineered to draw heat away from the skin keeping the body cool and dry, thus allowing a great stretch fit and look.

Excellent quality in 83% Nylon and 17% Lycra, the new shirt will be worn with pride by all Fulham fans.

fulham 10-11 third kappa kit

fulham 10-11 third kappa kit

 

 

 

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Mooseybaby
+6

Mooseybaby

"The shirt is made of a quick dry performance fabric: a high performance fabric engineered to draw heat away from the skin keeping the body cool and dry, thus allowing a great stretch fit and look."

Funny that, I distinctly remember Fulham having to change their shirts at half time because they were soaking wet with sweat! The fabric clearly is not as cleaver as Krappa like to make out!!
Mooseybaby
+3

Mooseybaby

Yes they do, but it does not usually warrant a special mention from Sky's touchline reporter as it did during Fulham's match with Man Utd.

Something along the line's of "Fulham's players are unhappy with their new shirts blah blah blah....."
Tim1902
+17

Tim1902

Some of the tabloids are labeling this one of the worst kits of all time after it's appearance yesterday at West Brom. There have been hundreds of kits far worse than this.

I actually really like it, although there is a fairly abvious reason teams do not usually clad themselves head to toe in green to play football. Also, Al Fayed doesn't egven own Harrods any more.

Would this "quick dry performance fabric" be the same stuff that has left the Fulham players shirts clinging to their backs, dripping with sweat after twenty minutes of play, forcing them all to change at half time?
Guest
+1

Guest

I don't think their shirts perform very well though, when I watched Fulham on TV the home shirts were soaked through by half time and they all got new shirts for the second half. Not very practical...
Guest

Guest

Surely there's enough of a contrast between the home and away shirts
Did the Fulham team ask for the third kit to be made out of sponge if it gets wet with sweat on a cool day, what will it be like in summer?
Guest
+5

Guest

This is good. Too many English kits are unimaginative in design and colour. This one has a touch of the European about it without being over the top.
Pity it will probably last for one season and then be replaced.
C`est la vie!
Tim1902
+1

Tim1902

Good point. Sick of seeing lurid flurescent yellow and bright green in people's fantasy kits in particular.

This shirt actually slightly resembles the ones worn in 1894-95 by Newton Heath (the only one there is any actual photographic and written evidence of).
Guest

Guest

I reckon they'll sell allot of these kits to the Aussie's that all seem to reside in Fulham. I wonder if this was the thinking behind it? The also have the socceroos goalie. Clever merketing if you ask me.
Guest

Guest

I hate the Kappa kits on principle (the Kappa logo belongs on the mudflaps of a redneck's pickup truck, not the most historic team in London), but I had to break down and get both this kit and the tonal silver home kit. Very handsome.

Another advantage of being a supporter of a smaller team is that the kits are cheaper. £29 v £42 for the Chelsea wankers kits.

C'mon Fulham!
Guest

Guest

Ok. Color scheme is beautiful. It also works fine as a fashion outfit. But, is it a good-looking football kit? Does it stand in the turf? How does the opponent reacts towards 11 men wearing a all-green-gold uniform? It may sound stupid, but football has all these elements at stake. Victorious kits are not always the most beautiful...

IMO a copper metalic red with gold details would have a greater impact! Nice kit, though...
Guest

Guest

Whether or not it's intentional, the nod to the Harrods heritage is a beautiful and clever touch. It's a great example of a kit lnking the team in with its provenence, something which gets lost amongst all the foreign owners and players.

One other good example off the top of my head was a Newcastle goalkeeper shirt from the late 90's which featured a silhouette of the town's skyline. This is a subtler execution that's a perfect fit for the character of the football club.

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