Revealed for the very first time in 'Hoops' - your official matchday programme - QPR donned their new home kit for the 2011/12 season in the opening day clash with Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.
The strip was designed and manufactured by Lotto Sport Italia - QPR's Technical Sponsor and Official Kit Supplier since 2008 - with both Lotto and the Club working in close collaboration to produce the R's new home jersey.
From a stylistic point of view, the kit perfectly represents the Club's tradition and history thanks to the continuous reflex blue and white horizontal hoops.
The back of the collar hosts the commemorative embroidery of the 125 years since the Club's formation in 1886, when St. Jude's Institute merged with Christ Church Rangers.
The final part of the sleeves is enriched by an elegant silver piping and the Club's emblem is presented on the chest in a high definition patch.
The home kit's shorts are all-white and enriched by the Club's emblem on the front part and by the double diamond on both lateral sides.
From a functional point of view, the kit combines lightness and breathability with a comfortable and ergonomic fit thanks to the Poly Double Mesh 10, an elasticated fabric ideal even in the most challenging phases of the game.
As per Lotto's tradition, there's also great attention to detail. The England flag sits inside of the shirt and the Club's emblem is processed with Lextra, which offers a special 3D effect.
Thanks to Flavio