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Stoke City Unveil Home and Away Shirts For 2014/15 Season From Warrior: Official [PHOTOS]

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Stoke City have unveiled their new home and away shirts for the 2014/15 season.

The Potters are the first Premier League club to reveal the kits they’ll be wearing next season. The new designs are from Warrior, and thankfully the American sportswear company have learned their lessons after their abysmal Liverpool shirt designs. Next season’s Stoke City shirts are bold.

Stoke City’s home shirt for the 2014/15 season is a classic red and white striped shirt from Warrior. The collar is unique, and so too is the intricate design at the back of the neck.

Stoke City’s away shirt for 2014/15, meanwhile, is a bold blue design with a navy blue diagonal sash across the front of the shirt. While the collar is more traditional, the back of the neck again features an intricate design, similar to the home shirt.

Stoke is famous for its ceramics industry and Warrior has paid homage to the town’s ‘potteries’ history with the ‘Ready to Fire’ campaign; history playing a big role in the designs of the new shirts.

“Warrior has done just that with the home kit and bringing back the sash on the away shirt that I’m told featured in the 1970s is a nice touch that I’m sure fans will appreciate,” said Stoke City manager Mark Hughes.

The away shirt silhouette draws inspiration from various eras of the clubs past; the collared shirts of the 1940s are blended with the front panel sash of the 1970s. It’s a fresh, modern twist on a familiar color configuration using bold block designs and edgier color shades, which makes the overall look a visually striking kit.

Richard Wright, General Manager of Warrior Football commented: “Every panel, finish and stitch has been thought about by our design team as part of a rigorous process that takes into account comfort, performance and style. These shirts are ergonomically designed to offer the players the most technically advanced shirts which optimise performance, whilst still upholding a strong lifestyle statement in allowing the players and fans to look their best on and off the pitch.”

What are your thoughts regarding Stoke City’s new home and away shirts? Share your opinion in the comments section below.

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8 Responses to Stoke City Unveil Home and Away Shirts For 2014/15 Season From Warrior: Official [PHOTOS]

  1. yespage says:

    Wow. They didn’t goof on the away jersey, like they did with Liverpool.

  2. EDub says:

    Surprisingly not hideous … well-done, Warrior.

  3. jtm371 says:

    just goes to show you Warrior is monitoring WST and did not want us to bang on them. Well done left the home kit alone and nothing goofy with the away kit.

  4. Guy says:

    If they mean we continue to score 4 goals per match can we start wearing them now, please? :-)

  5. IanCransonsKnees says:

    Pleased with them, particularly the away strip.

  6. R.O says:

    Maybe US Soccer Federation needs to switch to Warrior for Nat’s kits.

  7. brn442 says:

    Compared to the non-sense Warrior has made for Liverpool’s change strips – not bad.

  8. Adam says:

    Solid kits, away kit in particular is fantastic. Well done, Warrior.

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