After all of the leaked photographs and speculation, Manchester United have officially unveiled their new home kit for the 2010-11 season.
From the early 1970s through 1982, Manchester United’s home jerseys had a white turn-down collar. And now it’s back as well as the rest of the shirt featuring a retro look-and-feel.
According to Manchester United, “Red, white and black is in the DNA of Manchester United and Nike has captured the spirit of the club through this season’s home kit. The new shirt leans towards a classic look, inspired by the 1970s, and features a collar for the first time since Nike became the team’s official kit supplier in 2002. And the chevron design that featured last season is evident in the engineered mesh pattern on the back of the shirt, with the V-shape echoed in the shoulder print detail and in the socks. Kit-wise, there are three options for the home games: red jersey, white shorts and black socks; red jersey, black shorts and white socks; or red jersey, white shorts and white socks depending on the opponents.”
Here are more images of the new Man United home jersey for the 2010-11 season:
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