Argyle fans eager to be the first to wear our new 2007-08 colours can now order the strips. Anyone who puts their name down for the smart new Puma home and away kits will be guaranteed to have them by the day before the start of the new Coca-Cola Championship season, on August 11, at least.
They will be wearing the smart new green shirts for the coming season and the following one, while the predominantly lemon-yellow away shirt - as voted for by the Green Army - will be for the 2007-08 season only.
Yellow will also be on show at Home Park in the new campaign, with the new home goalkeeper's shirt featuring that colour, while the away 'keeper's kit is a more sober, but equally eye-catching, dark grey.
On top of that, the club Superstore is stocking up with the latest Puma training-ground range, as worn by the Pilgrims' first-team squad. Pilgrims' retail manager Rachel Fry said: "We have had a fantastic reaction to our 2007-08 technical kit and training-wear.
"Since signing with Genesis Group International and Puma, the quality of the garments continues to exceed our expectations." Richard Callaway, team-sports marketing manager of Puma UK, said: "Sponsoring Argyle is a great opportunity for us and provides us with great exposure for Puma in the South West."
John Howarth, sales director of Genesis Group International, who have supplied Argyle with the kits, said: "At Genesis, we believe that our focus upon first class product makes a difference to our clubs. "We are now entering our third year with Argyle, and the replica kit and product range continues to work well for the club and the fans." Fans wanting to pre-order any of the playing or training kit should call in at the Superstore at Home Park.