New Photos Leaked of Manchester United’s Away Shirt for 2013-14 Season [PHOTOS]

Two new photographs of Manchester United’s new away kit for the 2013-14 Premier League season have been leaked on the Internet.

The photos reveal a black and blue tartan design in a kit that’s designed and manufactured by Nike. Aon will remain the sponsor next season. Chevrolet will become the new shirt sponsor beginning with the 2014-15 season.

What are your thoughts about the new shirt? Share your opinions below.

H/T Football Shirts.

13 thoughts on “New Photos Leaked of Manchester United’s Away Shirt for 2013-14 Season [PHOTOS]”

  1. Ehhh….I kinda like it. Away kits are so much fun because (a) they’re so variable and (b) for a club like United they only wear they 4-5 times all season since they wear red away so much.

  2. Pretty decent look. People make fun of the “tablecloth” motif, but I always thought it looked okay and as a tribute to SAF’s Scottish roots it kind of makes sense.

    In all sincerity, I think the rags should make this quasi-Scottish feel part of their thing going forward. I can’t think of any other major clubs that do it and it is really not a bad look to begin with.

    People might squawk at the home kits having this every year, but it really would not be a bad tradition if the away and/or third kits incorporated some hint of this.

    1. The style of these kits is actually a Gingham Check, it’s not tartan/Scottish related at all. When Gingham first came to England it was mainly produced in the mills of Manchester which is where the connection lies to the recent United kits. I like the sentiment and idea of the tartan tribute to SAF though:)

  3. I like the tablecloth look… especially as tablecloths are usually where we find ourselves this season.

    On top of the table.

  4. I have designed a few that in my opinion gives more flare and sense of style depth a whole lot more than what NIKE is doing to our beloved Man United jerseys. Nike may say they are following tradition, but I think whoever is designing them is anti-Man United. These designs just doesn’t do justice to the great essence of the club.

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