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AC Milan Home and Away Shirts For 2013-14 Season Leaked [PHOTOS]

ac milan home front 600x675 AC Milan Home and Away Shirts For 2013 14 Season Leaked [PHOTOS]

Leaked photos of AC Milan’s home and away shirts for the 2013-14 season have been leaked on the Internet.

The home shirt features the classic red and black stripes, but the new shirt features a unique collar design, which incorporates the Italian flag into the shirt collar. The shirt also features the trademark Adidas three stripes down the side of the shirt, but in this case they’re gold in color.

ac milan away front 600x675 AC Milan Home and Away Shirts For 2013 14 Season Leaked [PHOTOS]

ac milan away side 600x375 AC Milan Home and Away Shirts For 2013 14 Season Leaked [PHOTOS]

AC Milan’s new away shirt features, again, a unique collar design. The white shirt with gold stripes down the sleeves is beautiful, but the collar design will take some time to get used to.

The bizarre thing about the two photos of the away shirt is that the collar looks different in both.

What are your thoughts about AC Milan’s new home and away shirts? Share your feedback in the comments section below.

H/T Todo Sobre Camisetas.


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