Fulham Home Shirt for 2010-11 Season: Photo Teaser

A teaser of what Fulham’s new home kit for the 2010-11 season will look like was recently released on the Internet.

The shirt is designed and manufactured by Kappa. And the photograph gives just enough of a hint to show how special the design may be.

According to Football Shirt Culture website, “Kappa, a leading brand in European sportswear, has developed this innovative Home shirt for the Fulham Football Club squad at its Kappa R&D centre in Turin, Italy, to the finest quality and design standards.

The new kit continues in Fulham’s traditional black and white, and incorporates the well-known Omini Kappa logo of the back-to-back male and female silhouette.

Inspired by Kappa’s Kombat 2010 kit range and is characterised by attention to detail: 3-needle seam with covering, ergonomic cuts on the sides, customised embroidery and the new V neck that gives new personality to the shirt.  These details along with the great stretch-fit enhancement and the hydro-way technology only add to the shirt’s functionality and elegance and allows it to reach the best aesthetic standards in the sports apparel sector.”

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3 thoughts on “Fulham Home Shirt for 2010-11 Season: Photo Teaser”

  1. Some people were upset over the switch to Kappa. However, just from the teaser I've seen, the kit should be the best looking kit we've had in years. Some of us will just have to diet to fit into them.

  2. I don't know why but I've liked a lot of kits that Kappa has put out. Some of the old Juve kits were great. I'm pretty excited about this years kit


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