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Ayr United Releases New Shirt Featuring Topless Model In Bodypaint [PHOTOS]

ayr united home shirt goal Ayr United Releases New Shirt Featuring Topless Model In Bodypaint [PHOTOS]

Ayr United has released their new shirt for the 2014/15 season in a unique way, by using body paint on a topless model. Though unexpected for almost any other club on the planet, Ayr is continuing the trend they started last year.

The slick black shirt sports a white collar and cuffs on the sleeves, with the bodog sponsor name strategically featured underneath the chest. The white seam is a nice touch, and the shorts look as though they will be intimidating to opposition, at the very least.

Ayr United plays in the Scottish League One, the third tier of the Scottish Professional Football League.

The shirt is available from the Ayr United club shop. Model not included.

ayr united home shirt front Ayr United Releases New Shirt Featuring Topless Model In Bodypaint [PHOTOS]

ayr united home shirt tree Ayr United Releases New Shirt Featuring Topless Model In Bodypaint [PHOTOS]

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2 Responses to Ayr United Releases New Shirt Featuring Topless Model In Bodypaint [PHOTOS]

  1. Yespage says:

    So umm… how are the guys going to play in those shorts?

  2. CTBlues says:

    Alexis Sanchez wouldn’t have a problem the way he kept pulling up his shorts in the WC.

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