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. Damn. That boy is sexy. My heart just skipped a beat. A little more style is needed on the collar though.

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

    On top of the table.

  5. 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.

  6. It's fine if you want to use history and tradition to the design, but this looks more like "rush work" and filling the blanks with stories...which is unfair. It's my opinion anyway, but here is my design:

    and the feedback I received:

    Is there a way for me to grab hold of those guys at Nike?


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