scotland 10 12 home adidas kit

The Scottish FA launched the new adidas Scotland home kit, which will be worn against the Czech Republic at Hampden on Wednesday night and then for the European Championship Qualifying Campaign.

 adidas have designed the kit to reflect Scotland’s long football heritage. With a classic look of dark navy shirt with white trim, white shorts, and bright red socks it draws inspiration from the national flag, the team crest and past iconic strips.

The replica home kit will be available in the FSC Shop. in June 2010 followed by the training wear in July. The away kit will be launched in August and the Leisure wear in Spring/Summer 2011.

Technical details

The new shirt incorporates the following adidas technologies:

• ClimaCool™ - engineered mesh that allows heat and sweat to escape while bringing cooling air into contact with the skin. All seams are sewn flat to reduce irritation while running, and engineered fabric offers open mesh in critical heat zones.

• ForMotion™ - allows complete freedom of movement. Radical cuts and 3D designs follow the shape of your body to increase comfort and improve performance.

 Design details

Styled in the national colours with a large embossed tonal Scotland crest on the front of the shirt the kit has a great sense of pride and honour. The bright red socks, with the word “Alba” knitted in, emphasises the patriotic feel to the kit and the high quality finish, alongside the woven badge on the chest, will inspire greatness.

scotland 10 12 home adidas kit

scotland 10-12 home adidas kit

 

 

 

 

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Guest
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Guest

had high hoped when i heard adidas is new kit maker but thats gash. looks better on mcfadden, but looks cheap on the rest of them. poor show from adidas. i cant remember the last time scotland had a decent kit!!
Guest
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Guest

Quoting England:
That's seriously underwhelming. Dare I say it, shit



As opposed to an England kit whick is basically a white t-shirt...yes I see your country has a hug amount imagination in the home, away and goalkeeper kits!
Guest
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Guest

Quoting Title No.53:
This is a really poor, old template - the likes of the one that Nigeria supposedly told Adidas to stick up their rectorumpus...


This isn't an old templete, It's got the same neck as argentina....that's it.

The badge on the front is pretty unique too.
Guest
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Guest

The break in the sleeves should be scrapped for the kits on public sale. Who is going to go and get a Fair Play patch stitched onto their kit...? Or 'Respect' or whatever FIFA / UEFA shenanigans is to be sewn onto the arm...
Guest
+5

Guest

Another lame kit and I'm a Scot!!!!! :lol:

The watermark looks stupid and the number placement is just weird plus the shirt lacks any style, class or imagination.

Seems like Adidas have just thrown something together at the last minute without any thought, hopefully the future kits will look better than this mess!

p.s Alba means Scotland in Gaelic.
Guest
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Guest

I have to say as a scot mysef...this is actually not that bad. Adidas did not manage to crew us over, that much. In this kit there are little mistakes such as that embroidery on the chest and the over used template. But saying that this is the first kit from adidas for Scotland, give them a couple of seasons and im sure we would have a pretty awsome kit by then...
Jimbo^2
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Jimbo^2

This kit is highly reminiscent of the dire kits that Scottish schoolboys wore for the Adidas victory shield..

The front shirt numbering's high position creates an imbalance. It would look better if positioned lower.
Guest

Guest

Quoting KEANO:
Just Thot Id Say That Top Is embarrising. ITs Mingning Anyways even Tho I am scottish Mon the Republic Of Ireland :)


you're embarrassing "mon the republic of ireland" its that sort of pish from old firm fans thats got nothing to do with supporting the scottish national team
Guest
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Guest

its a mediocre kit. its basically a template with a embossed crest in the center. its not ugly but i thought it was cheap seing there was so much takl about adidas being partnered with scotland before. i like the diadora kit better.
Guest

Guest

From reading these pages of the last couple of years, it's obvious that you can't please everybody.

This is the best Scotland kit singe pre-1985. Granted the watermark is unnecessary and the shorts are slightly on the baggy side, but the classic colours are back and I think the three stripes look very good on a Scotland kit.

It's a pit that there is a break in the stripes down the arms...but people talking about the top being baggy: It's really down to the individual players pysique and what size of top he chooses. No doubt these same people would love to bring back shorts ala Socretes 1982 so they can ogle the players gonads without having to use their limited imaginations.

I have style. Enough style to now not buy football kits, but that is a good Scotland kit....and they'll get better still.

Japan always has a cool kit...I hope Scotland go down that road....
Gazhorn
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Gazhorn

Disagree with you on the best since pre 1985. The 1988-91 home Umbro kit as worn at Italia '90 was excellent. No other Scotland kit has come close. This isn't a bad effort, far better than second-rate Diadora kits.

I wonder what adidas have instore for the away kit. I would love to see a return to the red/navy 70s - 80s Unbro style.

No Salmon Pink please, or that horrible shade of yellow!
Zorruko
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Zorruko

Quoting Gazhorn:
Disagree with you on the best since pre 1985. The 1988-91 home Umbro kit as worn at Italia '90 was excellent. No other Scotland kit has come close. This isn't a bad effort, far better than second-rate Diadora kits.

I wonder what adidas have instore for the away kit. I would love to see a return to the red/navy 70s - 80s Unbro style.

No Salmon Pink please, or that horrible shade of yellow!

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I disagree with you. To me, the best Scotland shirt was the one they used in Euro 2006. It was just beautiful.
Guest
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Guest

cant believe it sfa/adidas produce the cheapest and tackiest looking shirt in world football ,was looking forward to a plain classy dark blue shirt instead we get an over designed shapeless piece of shit with a pointless shiny iron on look rampant/thistle WHY !!!!!!!!!! lets scottish the away shirt even more and put an imprint of a bottle of buckie and 40 fags on it
Guest
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Guest

"With a classic look of dark navy shirt with white trim, white shorts, and bright red socks it draws inspiration from the national flag,"

WTF are you talking about???

There is no red in our national flag. Unless you are referring to that unionist rag??? :-x

The 'ALBA' on the socks is a nice touch though.

I agree with vigilante, it looks better without that daft SFA motif in the centre.
jeditucker2904
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jeditucker2904

The lion in our royal standard is red, or did you forget that?

Whether you like it or not, if you're a true Scotland fan you'll probably buy it.

Quoting Aonghas:
"With a classic look of dark navy shirt with white trim, white shorts, and bright red socks it draws inspiration from the national flag,"

WTF are you talking about???

There is no red in our national flag. Unless you are referring to that unionist rag??? :-x

The 'ALBA' on the socks is a nice touch though.

I agree with vigilante, it looks better without that daft SFA motif in the centre.
Guest
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Guest

I actually like this. Fair enough it hardly sets the world alight in being the most dynamic kit in the world, but lets face it, it's a million miles better than the plain white polo shirt and the red tshirt that england fans are forced to convince themselves is a 'really nice kits'!!!
dminalba

dminalba

Quoting SLUMDOG:
BRING BACK FILA !!!! !!!! !!!! !!!! !!!! !!!! !!!! !!!!





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Shame Scotland never continued with FILA I've seen the current FILA templates very retro styled kits like the last Scotland home kit FILA did
dminalba
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dminalba

Quoting Sanches:
New Chile`s shirt to the World Cup, by Brooks:

http://www.latercera.com/contenido/683_20698_7.shtml

¡Fuerza Chile!


I thought Brooks went belly up years ago not heard from Brooks since QPR's kit in 1991/92
Gazhorn

Gazhorn

I'm not sure the SFA have the exclusive deal with adidas to produce a Techfit version. This will be the version I reckon most of the lower league Club teams templates will be loosely based upon I fear.

Just like Diadora...
Guest
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Guest

Scotland do have the exclusive contract, Gordon smith said that we will have a bespoke design like Germany and France, and this is already being developed. This kit has just been quickly put together because we had to have an adidas kit for the games coming up. Don't fear we'll have a better one soon. Also the away kit is yellow.
Guest

Guest

the shirt is plain which is fair enough but to jazz it up they have put some stupid massive transfer on it . which is quite possibly the worst idea in the history of football kits. i was so looking forward to this and it is an absolute abortion.
Guest
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Guest

Quoting GeeDub:
Its the same colour and probably template of the Lokomotiv Moscow 2010 Adidas Home Shirt

http://www.footballshirtculture.com/10/11-kits/lokomotiv-moscow-2010-adidas-home-shirt.html


you must be colour blind :o
dminalba
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dminalba

Apart from the lion rampant transfer and the current Scotland badge which I never liked imho I quite like the kit, have to admit Scotland look good in the three stripes of adidas apart from the badge, transfer and the adidas branding its like the classic 60's-early 70's home shirt.
Guest
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Guest

Excellent shirt for Scotland. I like how Adidas are bringing back the loose fitting shirts from the late 90's. This shirt would even look perfect as a Rangers home kit. Looks way better than the Irish kit from Umbro. No Surrender. 10 points clear and arise Sir Walter!
Guest
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Guest

Mmmh, i expected a sligthly bit bitter. It is only a temporary kit(ok, all kits are)as they get a bespoken one next year or so. It´s just a brief/fast effort as their contract starts(when Diadora went bust)

I personally would have greeted a round badge. It´s looking like a 0815 average shirt with the Scotland label stitched on and watermark logo pressed into.

And i ´d rather have it been published as shortsleeve. Gives a better impression of the overall appearance.

I bet the bespoke individual shirt they get soon, will be a massive cracker so i will wait and not buy this one. Too effortless on my opinion.
Guest
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Guest

All I see are the 3 stripes on the sleeves and the shorts. The watermark looks like a giant sweat stain.

Sorry Scots but this kit is foul. When will Adidas put out a shirt without the d*mn 3 stripes on the sleeves and shoulders?? Nike atleast doesn't beat us over the head with the swoosh. It's more subtle. The 3 stripes are obnoxious and tiresome when you seem them on every adidas kit...sigh.

My kingdom for a CLEAN shirt from Adidas. This one is a cluttered mess. I do like the font for the numbers though. That looks awesome.
Guest

Guest

Yes the watermark looks like a sweat stain, yes the watermark looks like an iron print, yes the watermark looks like a cattle brand etc, but let's wait and see what it looks like in the flesh when they play tomorrow before we go tying the thing to a flagpole and setting it alight.
Guest

Guest

Not bad I suppose, but I expected better from adidas. Not a big fan of the huge watermark, but the shirt in general is better than anything Diadora produced. I agree with what some have said on here. It's time the SFA ditched that awful badge and returned to either the crest worn in the 80s/90s or the traditional round badge wore before that era.
Guest

Guest

Kit isn't as bad as many people are making out, but its not as nice as many other people are making it out to be. Not too bad, but it looks a wee bit too much like a France top to me.

And a wee footnote - Anyone But E**land please.

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