Swansea City's new 11/12 Adidas home kit is ready for a dream Premier League debut.
Unveiled and unleashed in the Liberty Stadium club shop at 9am today, the Swans will look 'all white' in the top flight next season with this latest creation from leading kit manufacturer adidas.
Sporting the famous adidas stripes for the first time since John Toshack led the Swans to promotion to the old First Division back in 1981, Garry Monk and co will kick off the Premier League season in style.
And Swans fans will be able to strut their stuff following Wales' Premier League club as well by sporting the new shirt or merchandise from the exciting new range of leisurewear now on offer in a revamped club shop.
Home shirts are priced at £40 for adults and £30 for kids; shorts at £18 for adults and £15 for kids; plus socks for £8 for adults and £6 for kids.
The new kit and trainingwear will feature adidas ClimaCool and ClimaLite technologies offering heat and moisture controlling materials, ventilation channels and 3D fabrics which improve air flow to the skin in the key heat zones.
Swansea City's vice-chairman, Leigh Dineen, said: "We are delighted to team up with adidas at such an exciting time in the club's history.
"adidas are renowned for the design and quality of their sportswear and, after the plaudits we've received this season for our style of football, we believe it's the perfect match.
"It's ironic that the season we return to the top flight we are back with adidas for the first time since the club made their dramatic rise from the old Fourth Division to the top of the First.
"Up until now that has been our most successful period and I'm sure our supporters will be absolutely delighted with the news that we have reunited with adidas.
"They are a global brand leader with a reputation for quality - and that's where we want to be as a club for many years to come.''
Steve Holland, Commercial Club Partnerships Manager at adidas, said: 'After a monumental week for the club, we are delighted to announce the partnership and welcome Swansea to the Premier League.
"We share a great history and look forward to some very exciting times for the club, the fans and adidas with some compelling 'off pitch' marketing plans to be announced over the launch period and into the season.''
Thanks to Swanseafan1988 and Bobby