Chesterfield's new home Bukta kit for season 2008-09 has been revealed in full for the first time and replica shirts are due to go on sale towards the end of the month. The first reference to the club’s colours comes in the 1870-71 season when they are described as “blue shirts and caps with white trousers.”

The Spireites new kit is being provided by the club's new kit supplier, the well established Bukta brand. An exciting new full range of Bukta leisurewear is also expected to go on sale early in July ahead of the summer holidays. The Club appointed Bukta as the new kit supplier following supply problems and complaints from supporters about quality issues with the previous supplier.


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  1. SeanP

Ha ha! It\'s the worlds first all in One kit. The shorts are actually attached to the socks, lol!

  1. danwho

The Bukta logo on the shoulder is just stupid! Leave it on the right breast with club badge on the left (yes adidas this applies to YOU as well with your stupid logo in the centre!!! :sad: )<br /><br />The shorts look great however. Bukta\'s efforts with Dundee and Motherwell look a lot better - and at least Bukta aren\'t just doing the shirts-like-a-sausage-factory cloning template thing!

  1. nicholas dane

I kinda like the coller detail and the bukta on the shoulder(thanks Puma) , the design for the shorts is good but if the player is a mini mouse type player he will look ridicules! the bloke modelling it looks like he could turn them into plus 4s\' if does a thierry Henry and lolleps the socks over the knees.

  1. p4zz

hi any u guy from chesterfield, i am. have u noticed that the picture background is crap and its the best bit of the ground coz the stadium is a dump.

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  1. fsc

WTF? Are there squirrels living in the FSC server stealing my posts? :-? Anyway, as I was going to say...

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