Lille OSC 08/09 Canterbury football kits launched

Fans were waiting patiently to discover the latest Lille OSC equipment from Canterbury and they were rewarded. During the team presentation for the 2008-2009 season, Lille have revealed the new LOSC 08/09 home, away and 3rd kits made by Canterbury.

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    fsc · 13 years ago
    i fink dere all nice, i just bought the away top. really comfy, and a different style. and im from english!!
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    Rip off ............. the neck and the end of the sleeve are an exact copy of the World Cup 2006 Brasil shirt
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    Not bad at all! Distinctive and classy.
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    the P at the bottom of the shirt is way too big it ruins the kit.
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    I like the kits, good shades of colors, great collars.

    I hate the team crest but I gotta give it to Lille for being one of the few Frog teams with one sponsor.

    Ribbit.
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    excellent colour choice\'s
    I can see alot of money was put into changing the design of each strip :-x
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    i remember when giggsy looped that one in at lille in the champions leauge round of 16. i can still see the keeper yelling at the refferee....classic
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    nice kits...as a LOSC fan myself, I think they are marvelous kits. I\'m going to buy the away kit because it is very classy.
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    White ones look great. Canterbury make great kits, also very comfortable!
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    I wouldn\'t wipe my arse with any of them.
    I agree with Bertracoon, in fact I agree with anyone with a sweet name like that.
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    crap, looks like a hybrid of nike and adidas. The arm inserts are the same as nikes\' team wear from 2006 and the neck is just the same as brazil 2006 and similar to Chelsea 06 but cheaper looking. Nothing original there, open your eyes....
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    Canterbury hands down make the best football shirts of any brand, they\'re really coming into their own. Their designs are as distinctive as those of nike and adidas but the rugby influenced styling creates an extra touch of class and make them really wearable for the average fan without looking chavy
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    Bertracoon · 14 years ago
    Seriously some of you havent got a clue. All three shirts are shit. They look like Diadora shirts from four years ago.
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    They look like they should be in the Tour de France in those shirts, not playing football
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    simple doesn\'t mean poor.

    I like these kits, they\'re classy and well-designed, especially for a french team.
    LOSC are lucky to have Canterbury to be honest.
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    Total rip offs of the Nike Brazil template from the \'06 World Cup!!!!

    Canterbury have lost it!
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    This kit is so close to perfection. (3/5) However, the sponsor logo is far too large for this shirt. It nearly overpowers the shirt, but I do think it is better than most French shirts sponsor-logo wise.

    Also, the navy should extend further up the shoulders. The boundary between the red and blue should follow the line of the torso, not the natural shoulder joint. It creates a more aesthetically pleasing line.

    Canterbury make a great shirt, but I think they will need a few years to perfect their products. I can\'t wait until then!
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    copy something from adidas,
    copy something from nike
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    fsc · 14 years ago
    :lol:
    Could not have said it in less words my self.
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    danwho · 14 years ago
    B)

    These kits get the 5/5 for many reasons (and no, I\'m not a Lille fan before accusations of bias are thrown my way!)

    1. They are simple without being simplistic - the difference is with most League 2 kits;

    2. Although Canterbury have their logo on front, the club badge is still the most prominent;

    3. The sponsor\'s logo is distinctive yet blends with the shirt and doesn\'t stand out due to ugly/clashing colours. This is probably the best effort in getting a sponsor\'s name distinctive without ruining the rest of the shirt;

    4. Good colours - OK clubs have a bit of history (although changes happened years ago) but Canterbury have picked good tones or shades. Simple away yet still does the job of an away shirt (ie doesn\'t look like the home one! Think Nike Think!) and the ubiquitous third (can\'t see a need for it other than financial);

    5. The symmetry of this kit proves why most of us hate asymmetrical kits. The lines are clean and it\'s pleasing to the eye!

    Well enough from me..... ;-)