Dunfermline unveiled their new home and away kits for the 08-09 season made by Puma. For much of Dunfermline's history their home colours have been black and white striped shirts, with black shorts and black socks, though recently they have worn white shorts and white socks.
From the clubs formation in 1885 until 1901, the club's home colours were a plain maroon shirt with either navy or white shorts and either maroon, white or grey socks. The club then went through a period between 1901 and 1909 when their kits were blue. The club first wore their now well known black and white striped shirts in 1909 and have worn these colours every year apart from the 1971-72 season, were they wore all white, the 2004-05 season, were they wore a white shirt with a single black stripe running down the left side of the shirt and during the current season, were they currently wear an all white shirt with black shorts and white socks.
Conversely, Dunfermline's change or away colours have been very inconsistent, there is no set in stone standard and the club changes the away colours often, but most commonly it has been a shade of red (since the 2000s). The current away kit is an all blue kit, with white stripes running down the arms.