Leyton Orient unveiled the new 09/10 home and away kits, with the home kit featuring Puma's VKonstrukt protection and performance technology.

The design features a raglan sleeve cut offering a more relaxed comfortable fit and cooling symmetrical mesh panels running from the sleeve edge down the body panels to hem.

The home shirt also has a contrast self fabric neck with a sharp white 'V' to the collar insert. The kit offers great feel and durability for the fan, with lightweight performance for the pro.

The away kit takes inspiration from the iconic Puma King range, made famous by legends such as Eusebio, Pele, Diego Maradona and Johan Cruyff - and marks the reintroduction of a black change strip following three years in blue.

The replica shirts, modelled here by Tamika Mkandawire and Charlie Daniels, are on sale from the online shop and are now also on sale in the Club Superstore with shirts retailing at £40 in adult sizes and £30 in kids sizes. Shorts are priced at £14 in adult sizes and £12 for kids, while socks retail at £9 adults and £8 kids. Ladies' fit home shirts in the new design are also available, and these retail at £40.





Comments (13)

  1. fsc

boring :s

  1. Matthew Wilkinson

Meh. Compared to last season, very dull. Compared to almost any other kit for that matter, very dull

  1. jack

is it me or have puma actually stopped using their boring, rubbish template

  1. fsc

yes, they\'ve moved onto their other templete for the way kit (Italy, sheff wed away)

  1. LECART Anthony

very classic shirt

  1. marino bozikovic

very boring shirt

  1. fsc


  1. stemason

lets be realistic, puma arent going to be putting their top designers on the leyton orient!! <br /><br />i like the away, home is ok, better than spurs crappy kits

  1. fsc

Just like Leyton Orient.....s h i t team s h i t club s h i t ground s h i t shirt

  1. fsc

This must be a fake because there is no collarbone template!!! FRAUD!!! LOL

  1. george

this is dogcrud

  1. fsc


  1. fsc

Chelsea **** team **** club **** supporters, the most false club in England

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