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Thread: For the hell of it, the 2019/20 Kit Thread

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    Default For the hell of it, the 2019/20 Kit Thread

    For some reason someone dredged up the 18/19 kit thread and started asking stuff on it, so even though I'm hardly ever on here any more, I may as well kick this off...

    Things we know:

    It will have Under Armour logos on it, as part of a 7 year deal signed in 2016.
    We will have at least two, possibly three kits next season. All of them will be different designs to this season.
    The VirginMedia shirt sponsorship ends this season.
    SportsDirect.com and JD have both had this season's Saints kit in sales for months, and SportsDirect are still flogging the 2017/18 shirts too.

    Current Under Armour 2019 designs - mostly from South America - there's a specific collar type that looks common to them (especially evident in the Estudiantes kit).

    Estudiantes de la Plata:


    Fluminense (3rd):


    Rosario Central:

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    A couple of 2018/19 styles in the 2019 kits released so far too, doubt we'll have these designs again:

    Universidad Catolica:


    Omiya Ardija (Japan J2 League):

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    Good work to date and I love these threads.

    Rosario home and away look great while the first one looks bloody awful.

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    It's simple isn't it? Third shirt down but in red and white, shorts in the dark blue (as the stripes in the pic) and white socks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alehouseboys View Post
    It's simple isn't it? Third shirt down but in red and white, shorts in the dark blue (as the stripes in the pic) and white socks.
    That shirt looks fine, but if we're staying with stripes then it should be full stripes without the plain back. Can't imagine the change in shorts to navy happening although it wouldn't worry me if we did.

    Preference would be retain the 'Keegan' style in some shape or form, but it won't happen so soon after last season.

    Finally whatever the kit don't f^ck it up with a dreadful sponsors logo (or anything written in Chinese).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badger View Post
    That shirt looks fine, but if we're staying with stripes then it should be full stripes without the plain back. Can't imagine the change in shorts to navy happening although it wouldn't worry me if we did.

    Preference would be retain the 'Keegan' style in some shape or form, but it won't happen so soon after last season.

    Finally whatever the kit don't f^ck it up with a dreadful sponsors logo (or anything written in Chinese).
    That would be a return to the past, only stopped because the Knickers as they were once referrred to years ago, just got lighter after each wash, get the Amber shirt and Black shorts for the away (like Wolves) too and we will have stepped right back in time.

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    I wouldn't want blue shorts.

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    I haven't really been impressed with our UA kits, their first one was rubbish, they ruined their Xerox one but that may have something to do with the huge red Virgin blob on the front, this years one is OK and I like the red and rose striped one.

    The York one above is ace.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badger View Post
    That shirt looks fine, but if we're staying with stripes then it should be full stripes without the plain back. .
    I thought plain backs for striped shirts was banned for next year? Teams have to have a plain "Patch"? (Could be wrong though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fan The Flames View Post
    I wouldn't want blue shorts.
    Just a nod to tradition. For the first 5 years of our existence we had white shorts (well longs to be more exact!) but from the late 1800s until 1950 it was blue shorts, and mostly blue socks. Now I wouldn't want to see a p*rtsea island shade of blue, just a nice dark colour. And we had blue in our kit long before them, their traditional colours were salmon pink.

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    Would like to see red & white halves with some black trim, black shorts and black/red socks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alehouseboys View Post
    It's simple isn't it? Third shirt down but in red and white, shorts in the dark blue (as the stripes in the pic) and white socks.
    Come on, someone do this. Don't pretend you're all too busy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fan The Flames View Post
    I wouldn't want blue shorts.
    Think it looks so much better. And makes us different to chuff like stoke and sunderland. Bring back the navy.

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    Would love to see the 77-78 design on a kit (Admiral, thin and thick stripes).

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    Hopefully whatever they release will look really good over my grey hoody, and i can pair it up with my Lonsdale trainers and Bench "distressed" jeans. I'll look quite the part whilst i sing songs at confused minimum wage staff in Weatherspoons all over the country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ericb View Post
    Hopefully whatever they release will look really good over my grey hoody, and i can pair it up with my Lonsdale trainers and Bench "distressed" jeans. I'll look quite the part whilst i sing songs at confused minimum wage staff in Weatherspoons all over the country.
    Don't forget the 'witty' slogan on the back of your shirt, some hilarious bantz like 'shorts' or 'we 8 pompey'.

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    Saints' social media for season ticket renewals heavily features the 85-87 Patrick kit with white shoulder pads. A hint that we're going retro again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordHester View Post
    Saints' social media for season ticket renewals heavily features the 85-87 Patrick kit with white shoulder pads. A hint that we're going retro again?
    Hmm. I noticed that. Ugly kit IMO. I had the away shirt.

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    Yeah, didn't like it much myself. Much prefer the home Admiral kit we were wearing around the time of the cup final win.

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    I like the Estudiantes kit.

    Would look better with the red and white reversed though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordHester View Post
    Saints' social media for season ticket renewals heavily features the 85-87 Patrick kit with white shoulder pads. A hint that we're going retro again?
    That was one of the worst Saints shirts ever, on a par with the two Cortese abominations when we arrived in the PL.

    Of all the retro kits to select from that really is bottom of the pile. Would prefer the 'candy stripes' from 1976- 80 than that, or even a reworking of the Denmark shirt (as hideous as it was at the time).

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    Duplicate post.

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    Doesn't look like any of the examples shown would fit Charlie Austin..

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    Quote Originally Posted by djharvey View Post
    Would like to see red & white halves with some black trim, black shorts and black/red socks.
    Same here. Something like the Feyenoord shirt. I see Adidas have just done Yellow / Black halves for Watford's kit next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suewhistle View Post
    Doesn't look like any of the examples shown would fit Charlie Austin..
    I shouldn’t worry about that one as he won’t be here to wear it anyway

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Boy Saint View Post
    That would be a return to the past, only stopped because the Knickers as they were once referrred to years ago, just got lighter after each wash, get the Amber shirt and Black shorts for the away (like Wolves) too and we will have stepped right back in time.

    Yes - that would do me.

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    Anybody heard what is happening with the sponsorship? Virgin Media deal has come to an end, they wouldnt rule out a change of main sponsor

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    A mate has just sent me a text to say that he's heard our away kit next season is purple. I bloody well hope not, but given some of the awful shirts that have already been announced for next season, nothing would surprise me. Surely he's on the wind up? When have Saints ever worn purple???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidney Fudpucker the 3rd View Post
    A mate has just sent me a text to say that he's heard our away kit next season is purple. I bloody well hope not, but given some of the awful shirts that have already been announced for next season, nothing would surprise me. Surely he's on the wind up? When have Saints ever worn purple???
    This would probably need a third kit as we couldn't wear a purple kit to a team wearing red,or claret (West Ham, Burnley, possibly Villa), which makes up most of the teams we'd need to change for.

    Having never worn purple is no reason for us not to go off in this direction though, that seems an attraction to the designer types. We'd not worn green until a few seasons ago that didn't stop them.

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    Grey and Yellow away
    3rd kit White..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harold K Steptoe View Post
    Grey and Yellow away
    3rd kit White..
    Fact or your preferred option?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sidney Fudpucker the 3rd View Post
    Fact or your preferred option?
    Believe he was correct last year with his prediction. Knows someone at UA I think.

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    If the away kit is grey and yellow I can't see any teams where we would need to wear a white third kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenilworthy View Post
    If the away kit is grey and yellow I can't see any teams where we would need to wear a white third kit.
    Perhaps like during the Puel season we will need to change for a cup final and then realise that the change strip is such an embarrassment we'll decide to wear white instead.

    Grey and yellow !!! Sounds shocking. Should just let Gecko or The 9 draw up a few prototypes, always better than what the club's official 'partners' come up with.

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    Where are the mock ups come on bois ya slacking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ally_uk View Post
    Where are the mock ups come on bois ya slacking...
    hard to do a mock up without knowing our shirt sponsors or sleeve sponsors.

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    Definitely a new sponsor next season, not sure who though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nta786 View Post
    hard to do a mock up without knowing our shirt sponsors or sleeve sponsors.
    Not really. You can still mock up the shirt without sponsorship. Kit designers produce designs every day of the week without a clue who the sponsor is going to be.

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    Quite like the thought of Grey and Yellow if it's done nicely...

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    I’d imagine it’ll be light grey with luminous yellow

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    Sounds ****e - Don't really rate U.A designs in general


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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Bates View Post
    Now I don’t do kits but I quite like that

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    Quote Originally Posted by northam soul View Post
    Now I don’t do kits but I quite like that
    Obviously fake news as it hasn't got Chinese betting firms all over it. After Sunday Virgin are no more.

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    All the under armour kits have been gash thus far and i dont expect it too change.

    Cheap material with laughable pricing.

    We should have full stripes on front and back as there is no stupid ruling against it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Bates View Post
    Where did that come from ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master Bates View Post
    The sublimated lines remind me of the blue Draper Tools shirt from the 80s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badger View Post
    Where did that come from ?
    Found it online, someone else mocked up up.

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    Shoot for the home kit has already been done with Ings doing something in the shoot involving the red and white home kit from the the 1992 season when we went to the ZDS final. No clues from the person that sent me this picture of what the home kit will be/is like though!

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    So does that suggests it's similar to the 1992 Admiral kit?


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