Liverpool 13/14 Warrior Third Football Shirt

Liverpool have today completed their kit collection for the 2013-14 campaign by unveiling the brand new Warrior third kit for next season, which is available here.

As with the club's home and away strips for 2013-14, the new third kit has been constructed using War-Tech - Warrior's revolutionary apparel technology system.

Brendan Rodgers' team will sport the third strip in four Barclays Premier League away matches next season, as well as away fixtures in domestic cup competitions and the club's summer pre-season tour.

Featuring a dominant black base with striking white and purple trim, the latest strip takes inspiration from the Reds' 1995-96 away kit.

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The shirt's front panelling has been reworked into three contemporary tiles, the sleeves reflect detailing in the accompanying socks, and colour-blocked shorts balance the overall look.

Powered by breathable, moisture-wicking fabric, mesh panelling under the arms and across the back provides optimum ventilation, allowing for added comfort and temperature control in core heat areas.

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Liverpool 13/14 Warrior Third Football Shirt

Liverpool 13/14 Warrior Third Football Shirt

Liverpool 13/14 Warrior Third Football Shirt

Liverpool 13/14 Warrior Third Football Shirt

Liverpool 13/14 Warrior Third Football Shirt

 

 

 

 

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Guest
+149

Guest

Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!

Ahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!

This is... hahahahahahahaha... without doubt... hahahahaha... the worst kit of all time. Hahahahahahahahahahahaaaaa!!!!!!

:D
Guest
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Guest

So, I'll give my 4 years old cousin a box full of crayons and a sheet of paper, and I'll say: "Draw what you want, it'll be Liverpool's next shirt."

A new design, do you like it?

Or a shirt design should be something working on it, and not more suitable in a modern art museum?
Guest
+24

Guest

no words can describe how bad this kit is!
even as a united fan i dont feel any schadenfreude to this situation but pity on what these fans have ben subject to...this and the awful away kit also!
this has equalled and shot past the horrendous grey kit united had to wear in 94/95.
sorry liverpool fans but id say a fans forum should try to sort this out!
Guest
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Guest

Literally hundreds of comments on the Liverpool website forum over the last few months since the Away and Third kit's were leaked and probably more than 99% of them we're saying that it's the worst thing they've ever seen. Didn't make any difference.

On the plus side, the home kit for this year is the nicest we've had since 2006 in my opinion. Love it.
But both away kits, particularly the magic eye one are worse than anything I've seen worn by any club (or even just person) ever.
Guest
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Guest

All of my common sense and taste says I should loathe it. But it's actually the most unique, striking and interesting kit I've ever seen. I'd prefer a Football League full of these type of kits than Adidas templates.
Guest
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Guest

Completely agree with you!! So much better than the recent adidas templates and the nike templates. People complained about the England shirt being "too safe" yet when a brand creates an outrageous and "un safe" design they get slagged off! Great kit from warrior.
Guest
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Guest

Quoting Yes Yes:
Completely agree with you!! So much better than the recent adidas templates and the nike templates. People complained about the England shirt being "too safe" yet when a brand creates an outrageous and "un safe" design they get slagged off! Great kit from warrior.


This is not a great kit, the Nike and Adidas templates have had unecissary bits put onto them, that's why they're so bad. This warrior kit takes unecissary to a whole other level, they get slagged off because the kit is just pure crap, stupid, and unclassy. If you honestly think this is a good kit then your eyes need to be checked out
Guest
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Guest

wow another bad kit as a cardiff fan atleast i wont b cringing @ our kit next season when we play liverpool & they run out in either of their shocking away kits serioulsy warrior ice hockey sticks skates etc etc u stick to that cuz your football jerseys arent the best !
Guest
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Guest

Brendan Rodgers' team will sport the third strip in four Barclays Premier League away matches next season, as well as away fixtures in domestic cup competitions and the club's summer pre-season tour.

Call me old fashioned, but Brendan Rogers' team should sport this (abomination of a) third strip in any away fixture next season when there is a clash of colours with their home and second strips.

Football ..... [censored]ing hell.
Guest
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Guest

Wouldn't it be a little bit better for Liverpool if the manufacturer delivered kits that the fans actually could buy? This isn't as bad as the third kit though but I'm still feeling sorry for the players and the fans.
Guest
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Guest

Liverpool have to use a sock-inspector to secure that the players have the right coloured sock on the right foot when they enter the pitch. I feel sorry for the kit-manager who has to sort the socks after washing as well :lol:
Guest

Guest

Pepe wore that 13/14 orange kit a couple of times last season. that orange third keeper kit was worn a few times last season, even though its meant to be a 13/14 kit. http://www.footballboots.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/1.jpg
Guest

Guest

To think someone at Liverpool actually said...ok we'll go with that one!What the f*ck!!!
Have the orange goalkeeper kit as the third strip and be done with it.I'm all for trying new designs and patterns but God alive,what were Warrior thinking?!!!
Guest
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Guest

I think Stevie Wonder designed this kit. 8) They should have left the white out and made it black and purple stripes or something. It is all over the place and looks totally unbalanced. Liverpool really need to get rid of this Warrior lot.
Guest

Guest

I actually don't mind this kit, the colours compliment each other, and the white shorts work well, it's the different coloured socks that let the kit down for me. But I think this kit is a lot better than the white away one. I like what Warrior are attempting but I always think voting on designs, work best for company's trying to make a name for themselves. I'm united fan btw
Guest
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Guest

Now THIS...is a kit.

This is something which wouldn't question my masculinity, and why should it?

It's just a top all you lot used to wear in the 90s anyway, when you all went down to C&A or your local Peacocks.

Everyone in the North though this was the height of fashion so I can totally understand where the designers are going with this.
Guest
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Guest

As I'm not logged in, I couldn't help but chuckle at the bit about your local "Peacensoreds"

Anyway, this kit truly is dire. Why all the purple all of a sudden, too? Last year's away, this year's third and loads of leisurewear with purple all over it. It's hardly a colour that springs to mind when you think of Liverpool FC. The have become a walking technicolour yawn these days.
Guest

Guest

In 40 years time there'll be discussions about the best and worst football shirts, and this (plus the away) will come up as being awful. And then people will say 'imagine if you had that shirt now it'd be all hipster and ironic!' and then suddenly Warrior will magically "find" a whole bunch of deadstock shirts that they'll stick on eBay and get 200pounds a pop on. It's all part of the plan
Guest
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Guest

I'm sure the poor souls will console themselves somehow with the tens of thousands of pounds per week they earn to wear them. My work shirt is almost as ugly and I don't earn so much as ten pounds an hour in it. It hardly calls for a Live Aid style benefit, does it? My heart will stay firmly in my chest on this one.
Guest
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Guest

What a mess. Simply shocking.

And to think the arrival of Warrior looked promising last season with the Liverpool home and away (forget the 3rd) of 2012/13.

However, this seasons trio of Liverpool kits are just vile. It's like the ugly 90s all over again.
Guest
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Guest

i actually like it. wouldnt say 'nice' but erm imaginative and different. some really dull nike and adidas templates out there, this is one of the only kits that is memorable so criticise me for saying it or warrior for making it all you want but i say fair play to them

i also highly commend warrior for recgonising the clubs history (albeit in this case a tragic one) by remembering the 96 fans who perished at the hillsborough disaster, by the symbol on the back of the necks on all kits.
Guest
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Guest

Think of Liverpool down the years, the classic all red strip, or if they had to change, the yellow strip with red trim, Crown Paints as the sponsors or white shirts every now and then. Very simple but very traditional and very sensible. Now look at todays monstroseties....one step down from clown oufits, Im suprised they dont come with revolving bow ties and floppy shoes!!! Thnk of any big club and the kit is almost like a uniform, something to wear with pride or to intimate the opposition with. This is kit just lacks tradition, class, style and respect...Liverpool are a club in decline and their kit ethos reflects this.
Guest
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Guest

I'm laughing at all these Liverpool fans in denial trying to claim this is a good kit. Either that or they're employed by Warrior to leave positive comments. It's a right laugh, just like the kit. :lol:
Guest
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Guest

All of you are stupid or what?
This is the best kit I've ever seen.
Unique. Beautiful. The Purple nicely match with the gold.
Kudos Warriors.
I going to buy this kit. I'll definitely look good & handsome.
All of you should stop laughing.
Guest
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Guest

Quoting YNWA:
I don't understand why you all say this kit is awful.
Then, give me one good reason why this is kit is awful.
You can't even think
Only know how to laugh


Three reasons for you: It's far to busy and cluttered, It rankles with most football fans who generally prefer a clean and simple design, though not generic, It has odd stockings.
Guest
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Guest

Quoting Borussia Teeth:
Did Liverpool employ a bunch of autistic kids to design their kits this year?


My Autistic Nephew would love to meet you!!! And prove that he is on a completely different spectrum of intelligence from you!!

#neanderthal
fcb1893
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fcb1893

Haha, this is an interesting one. I can see why this would be unpopular, but I have to admit that I like it. Yeah, it's weird, but I appreciate the uniqueness of the design, and the colors are nice. It has kind of a "night knight" vibe, like something a Batman villain would wear. It's like the football version of the Sacramento Kings alternate uniform from the mid-90s. It's totally crazy, but it's cool to see a fresh design. I like Warrior because they do their own thing. Not too many kits should be like this, but there's nothing wrong with a little break from tradition from time to time.
Guest
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Guest

Liverpool should be sponsored by the History Channel because all of their supporters live in the past, Liverpool supporters have absolutely nothing to look forward too, crap team, crap shirts, and most of all crap supporters
Guest
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Guest

i will continue to support liverpool by purchasing the retro kits, polo, and t-shirts i dont have yet. but i will never wear anything made by warrior as long as they are the kit makers. the away and 3rd kits are very disrespectful to the clubs long and storied history.
Guest

Guest

And how they do it, they do it but the they did it again! Simply again one of the worst designs ever...maybe they get good money for wearing this (i think so, because there is not other reason for wearing this kind of kits), but i can imagine the fans have the worst years of there lives with Warrior as kit maker. This is simply said... :-x
Guest

Guest

Don't look now, but the amount of comments on this is no bad thing. Any publicity is good publicity and Warrior will be delighted that it's evoking such a debate.
I agree, as a total neutral - its not the greatest design, but I like the colours and it's much better to have bespoke designs rather than lazy, poorly made Nike and Adidas template kits (if you think their quality isn't poor go and play in one on a Saturday or Sunday for a season...).
Warrior's kits will be better made, I guarantee it...
LJO2000
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LJO2000

Well I have to say, I am glad I'm not a Liverpool fan. It's absolutely horrendous. I don't understand how it's possible that not only Liverpool chose that design, but also that the person who designed it wasn't just fired in the first place. Even being drunk is no excuse for that. Warrior have made probably one good kit, and there was nothing even on it, just plain red, and they got rid of the Hillsborough flames on that too, so that wasn't too popular either. Why they didn't stick with Adidas is seriously beyond me.
Guest
+1

Guest

This is exactly what I was worried about when Liverpool announced this warrior sports deal. Allthough adidas didn't give us £25 million a year they did always make nice kits for the fans. I don't think the kit is great, but at least it's different. Too many teams have templates from the giant sports companies like adidas, nike and puma etc. Everyone complains about the boring kits that these companies create and yet when brands like warrior try these new designs they get so much criticism as you can see from the forum. Whether you like it or not, the kit stands out from the crowd which is exactly what liverpool are all about. Well done warrior for trying something new but please liverpool go back to adidas.
Guest
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Guest

This is exactly what I was worried about when Liverpool announced this warrior sports deal.

I buy it form:http://www.goafshop.com/liverpool-13-14-third-soccer-jerseys-and-short-kit.html

very fast deliver
Guest

Guest

For comic relief I give it a solid yes, for reality and a global football club (albeit poor for two decades) I think it a sham. I think it is fair to say that the majority feel this way.
Q again in the identity :)
Guest
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Guest

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Guest

The purpose of additional kits are to avoid colours clashes. Unfortunately this kit clashes with itself.

I do like the odd socks though, looks like the kit man just got the washing mixed up with another kit and just couldnt be arsed to sort the socks.

Shocking best descrides this and the other away kit. :eek:
Guest

Guest

If Warrior thought that they would grow the brand in the UK by bringing garbage like this then they are massively mistaken. Warrior is a laughing stock and no one in their right mind would buy any Warrior product other than fans replica product.
The boots are awful too, terrible quality and horrid colour options.
This stuff is going to be discounted to hell through Sports Direct and the brand will be hugely devalued against true sportswear brands.
The management at Warrior need to sit up and employ some people who really know the market.

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