The new Bolton Wanderers away jersey for the 2009-2010 season has been revealed (pictured above).
Designed and manufactured by Reebok, the new Bolton away shirt is navy blue with red trim. The shirt is designed similarly to the new Bolton home shirt and features the annoying bar code lines near the bottom of the front-side of the jersey.
At least the away jersey looks less like a tea towel, which is what the home jersey reminds me of.
Here’s another image of the new Bolton away kit:
It’s not a traditional football shirt design but it’s not the worst I’ve seen. The unique touches of red on the shirt give the jersey a refreshing touch.
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