Here is the 2010/11 Everton away kit made by Le Coq Sportif.
We showed you this leaked picture of the Everton a couple of weeks ago and now we can confirm thanks to a release by Everton Football Club that this is the real deal.
The shirt is the second Everton away strip made by Le Coq Sportif and see's a return of a pink shirt. Last time Everton wore a pink shirt, except the special pink shirts made by Umbro to raise money for breast cancer awareness, was the 2001/02 season and considered more a salmon pink colour, which was a third shirt also.
The strip was launched early this morning at Everton's Everton One store by midfielder Leon Osman. The colours of the kit are described as lightning pin and navy blue, a combination which was designed to make players more visible in their peripheral vision.
The 2010/11 shirt has been designed by Le Coq Sportif and uses the latest technology to keep perspiration away from the body, ensuring the players stay cooler during games. The design also features enhanced air circulation, for added comfort and durability.
As well as harnessing the latest scientific advances, the new kit also draws inspiration from Everton’s illustrious history, when Everton wore pink in the late nineteenth century.