These are the new Watford home and away kits for the 2016/17 Premier League season by Dryworld. The yellow and white home and away shirts, each feature a black and red trimmed collar, plus a red home goalkeeping top. 

The kit is the Hornets’ first to be designed and manufactured by DRYWORLD, the club’s new Official Technical Partner which recently agreed a three-year partnership with Watford FC.

 

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Carpets
-4 # Carpets 2016-07-07 09:51
Poor effort, collar looks restrictive and you'd think Tony would have emptied his mouth before the photo shoot.
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Carpets
-3 # Carpets 2016-07-07 09:54
Quoting Carpets:
Poor effort, collar looks restrictive and you'd think Tony would have emptied his mouth before the photo shoot.


Troy even! :oops:
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tom bola
+5 # tom bola 2016-07-07 10:05
Not as eye catching as last season's Puma number. Please bring back the red shorts!
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Busty bird
-3 # Busty bird 2016-07-07 10:39
Obviously designed to be a polo shirt for supporters but still a good effort. I would prefer to see the red line carried on in to the shorts for the home kit.

My pendulous puppies will be seen jiggling around in the away shirt which I like a lot
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pachyderm
+1 # pachyderm 2016-07-07 12:48
not bad. who, and where, did Dryworld come from?
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Stu1980
+4 # Stu1980 2016-07-07 13:13
Dryworld are a Canadian company (I think).
It's okay without being spectacular. Prefer the QPR Dryworld kits though, if I'm honest.
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Greeves
+3 # Greeves 2016-07-07 14:23
Has a classic look to it. Quite similar to the Umbro kit Watford had from 1988-91. No doubt they would need change socks away to eg Man Utd, Leicester, Bournemouth and Palace. It's that light and dark rule for those who watch b/w TVs!
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Konstphoto
+1 # Konstphoto 2016-07-07 15:03
Nice to see new manufacturers in the Prem, esp when they make classy kits like this. The more variety the better
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Cleveland Champaliers
-1 # Cleveland Champaliers 2016-07-07 15:39
I can't believe nobody scooped up Deeney from Watford. I like the kit, but just unbutton the collar ffs.
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forest phil
+1 # forest phil 2016-07-07 17:57
how long did it take to design those ? very boring !
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Luther Blissett
+1 # Luther Blissett 2016-07-08 07:33
Nothing so special that fans would be rushing out to get their shirts.
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The truth
-1 # The truth 2016-07-08 20:38
Looks like a mcdonalds uniform
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Andy Gee
-2 # Andy Gee 2016-07-09 21:02
Has somebody said to Deeney, "suck those cheeks in, FatBoy!"
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nuttyworker
+1 # nuttyworker 2016-07-19 13:04
Nice pair of shirts, a welcome change to have just a plain colour with piping.
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nuttyworker
+1 # nuttyworker 2016-07-19 13:06
Quoting Busty bird:
Obviously designed to be a polo shirt for supporters but still a good effort. I would prefer to see the red line carried on in to the shorts for the home kit.

My pendulous puppies will be seen jiggling around in the away shirt which I like a lot


Nice pair of shirts!!!!!!
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gmgt
0 # gmgt 2016-07-20 07:41
Reminds me of the classic Umbro designed kits of the past. Not to keen on the Dryworld logo. Red or black would have been a better choice for an away kit in my opinion. White is to close in similarity to yellow.
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Mandseeble1101
0 # Mandseeble1101 2016-07-28 21:36
Looks like something dug out from the lost property box at school, wouldn't pay 50 quid for that. Cheap.
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