Huddersfield Town revealed the new 10/11 home kit made by Mitre.
As ever the home shirt consists of the traditional blue and white stripes, but this season the blue is lighter - more similar to the shirt worn by the Town team that won the Football League Championship three times in a row back in the 1920s. The stripes are also slightly thinner making for a stylish, streamlined look.
As well as the logo of new partner Kirklees College emblazoned across the front, the shirt also features a new white collar.
Town's home shorts will be blue, for the first time since the Club won promotion through the Play-Offs back in the 1994/95 campaign. White socks complete the kit, with a blue trim akin to the shorts and stripe in the shirt.
The kit is expected to arrive in store on 4 August.
Thanks to Figaro