Boro's new-look adidas home kit goes back to the future with a return of the famous white chest band, while the club have also unveiled a new cobalt blue away strip.
With Boro set to start the 2010-11 campaign without a seasonal shirt sponsor, for the first time in 30 years fans will have the unique and potentially one-off opportunity to buy logo-free home and away shirts.
The home shirt features the white chest band first worn by Jack Charlton's Boro champions of 1973-74, complete with retro white collar and completed with white shorts and red socks.
Both home and away kits go on sale exclusively to Season Card holders on Friday July 30 with general sale from Saturday July 31.
The new-look home and away goalkeeper's kit is also available now for pre-order. The home keeper kit is all black, while the away version features sunshine yellow shirts and black shorts.
Inspired by tradition and engineered for performance, both home and away shirts feature adidas' cutting-edge Climacool technology, with a combination of performance fabrics, open mesh and ventilation channels designed to keep cool air flowing in, and heat and sweat flowing out.
The cobalt blue away kit uses adidas Formotion engineering to follow the shape of the wearer's physique for a better fit and greater comfort while in motion.
Terry Boland, Boro's Head of Retail, said: "We are confident that the return of the popular chest band to a new-look home shirt and our stunning new away strip will both prove winners with the fans."
While both home and away shirts will be available to purchase logo-free, supporters will also have the option of adding monthly sponsor logos if they wish.
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