Simon Donnelly and Jackie McNamara unveiled the new Partick Thistle 10/11 home kit made by Puma.
Simon and Jackie, who signed new deals last week, gave the thumbs up to the new kit which has been inspired by Puma's African Nations kits at this year's World Cup.
Sandy Greaves, Greaves Sports managing director, said he wanted to keep within the traditions of the classic Thistle home jersey while at the same time give a nod to the African style of shirt with its brush stroke design which has proved so popular during the World Cup.
He said: "We wanted to stick with the traditional red and yellow hoops that Thistle are famous for, but introduce the brush stroke design which Puma has so successfully used for their African teams in the World Cup.
"The African nations jerseys have sold incredibly well in our stores and we hope the Jags fans will like the direction we've taken. Importantly, the players like it and feel comfortable in the kit."
The new jersey has hoops all the way round as opposed to the plain yellow back of last season's kit, with a switch to red shorts (same colour as worn by the famous 1971 cup winning side) and black socks.
The kit will also be on sale at Greaves Sports on Gordon Street, Sauchiehall Street .
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