Plymouth Argyle 10/11 Adidas Home Kit

Here is the new Plymouth Argyle kit for the 2010/11 N-Power League One season manufactured by Adidas.

The Devon club were recently relegated from the English Championship (2nd Tier), after spending the last 5 years in the division. Now they look to try and make a return under the guidance of former Sunderland, Leeds and Coventry manager, Peter Reid.

The home shirt uses Adidas' 'Stricon' template with two-tones of green stripes on the shirt. The shirt is accompanied by white shorts and socks also from Adidas' Stricon collection. The goalkeeping kit is bright yellow and in the same style as nearly all other Adidas goalkeepeing uniforms.

Plymouth's away kit will remain the same for the new season.

Cornish supporters are being given a special opportunity to buy their kit at Truro City Football Club, where we will have a dedicated retail unit running from 9am ahead of our game at Treyew Road, which kicks-off at 3pm.

Plymouth Argyle 10/11 Adidas Home Kit

Plymouth Argyle 10/11 Adidas Home Kit

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Comments (8)

  1. Guest

Are you off your box?:eek::

 
  1. Gooner123

i like the land rover sponsor, a bit unrealistic but clever to use with the colour of the kit.<br /><br />reminds me of a modern day improved version of there old green away kit.

 
  1. 007

gooooooooood:cool:

 
  1. Edward Murray

This is the worst kit we've ever had. I dislike that template anyway but in two fairly unpleasant shades of green it is really, really bad. Two shades of green just doesn't look right for an Argyle shirt either, it should be solid green with either white or black trim, not two odd shades of green, I absolutely despise it, it's vile.

 
  1. fsc

That it is absolutely horrid :-x

 
  1. aiden

i agree it should be a solid green colour.it is a nastey kit the goalkeeper home is the best.

 
  1. Daniel Young

Perhaps it's not as bad as all that. It looks awful in the picture on the right because of the glare from the flash, it's not so terrible in the one on the left.<br /><br />The shoulders look like 80s shoulder pads.

 
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