ipswich town 12-13 mitre football shirts

Ipswich Town have launched the home and away kit for next season, with four of the Blues appearing in a promotional video to back the new look.

Carlos Edwards, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas, Arran Lee-Barrett and Josh Carson 'starred' in the production that was filmed at Easton Farm Park , with the four joined by a wide range of co-stars!

"I am absolutely delighted with the new kits from Mitre for the 2012/13 season," said Town's retail manager, Lee Hyde.

"The classic, clean, powerful look of the kits has been a real hit with the players and the manager and we're hoping that the fans love them too.

"The quality of the fabrics used this season is fantastic. The kits look and feel superb.

"We are the first English League club to unveil the new look for next season and that is testament to the work Mitre have put in over the last six months - and we are delighted with the end result."

The new kits have certainly gone down well with the players with Carlos adding: "I really like the red stripe. I think that works well against the blue and the shirt is certainly comfortable to wear as well. Hopefully it can prove to be a winning look for us on the pitch next season."

Team-mate Josh Carson was equally impressed with the black and white away shirt, saying: "It's a classic look. I think the fans will really take to both kits. Making the video was a great laugh as well. I can't wait to see the out-takes!"

All home and away shirts will all carry the 'three stars', which depict the three major trophies won by the Club.

The shirts will retail at £42.99 for adults and £31.99 for children. If both home and away shirts are pre-ordered in the same size, there will be a discount of £5.98 per order, reducing the shirts to £40 adults and £29 children.

Thanks to Ipsrich

Ipswich Town 12/13 Mitre Football Shirts

Ipswich Town 12/13 Mitre Football Shirts



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  1. Alex Christian

Fabric on the home shirt looks disgusting.<br /><br />The shirt design's passable, if actually quite good. Nice to see a bit of red on there.<br /><br />Can't really fault the away.<br /><br />Can't the club owner allow something nicer to be done with his logo? It's just too big and imbalanced on the home shirt.

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