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This is the new Everton home kit 2015/16, Everton’s new strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Umbro, the new EFC 15/16 home shirt was officially unveiled on May 21, 2015 although Umbro had given a sneak peek of sorts by releasing pics of babies modelling the kit a day before. The shirt is expected to see action this weekend against Tottenham Hotspur.
The strip looks simple at first look- blue shirt with white shorts and white socks, but a deeper look tells us that the shorts have a blue waistband at the top. The Umbro logo is seen at three places- on the front as well as on both arms. The shirt has a V-neck and is sponsored by Chang
The goalkeeper jersey is a bit funky, and here are Leighton Baines, Ross Barkley and Tim Howard modelling the new Everton kit.
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This is official Everton FC Home Shirt for the 2015-16 Premier League season, This football kit is available in sizes S, M, L, XL and is manufactured by Umbro
Embroidered Umbro swoosh logo and Everton logo
DryCell moisture control to keep players and fans dry and comfortable
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why did they change the umbro sign? I know its been like that for a few years now but it looks very uneven compared to the old umbro sign and just doesn’t look right on football shirts, they would have been better removing the word umbro from the logo seeing as it plastered on both arms anyway, also whats the deal with the shorts, it looks like a part of the shirt is tucked in with the bottom of the shirt hanging out over the top of the shorts, really looks like umbro ran out of ideas
the neckline looks like a “V” neck shirt with someone wearing a white T shirt underneath. The Shorts look like the sort of thing people wear on the beach. Always please when Everton go back to white socks though. On the whole, at least it’s a bespoke kit and nobody else will have one like it. I’m sure it will grow on me but it doesn’t have the “WOW” factor that last years kit had.
Agree with most, it would have a fantastic shirt without that totally needless white panel, it’s as though someone who had finished designing it got a bit hired at the end and thought “oh let’s cut a bit of more white material and stick it on the neck”.
Would have been a stylish kit if that neck had been left alone, but really someone needs to have a word over those shorts too..who on earth designed that big band at the top?
Shades of Everton’s 1985 E.C.W.C strip for me this is a classic because this kit takes elements of a past Everton home kit and brings it bang up todate.
Goalkeepers kit is a belter. If Everton was my club I would buy both of them.
verton were generous to give themselves 6/12 babies in that photo, but shouldn’t all the infants not wearing Everton kits be wearing the horrible new Liverpool kits? Another poor fashion year on Merseyside.
The reverse of the shirt carries an ‘NSNO’ insignia on the back neck area, a reference to the Club’s famous ‘Nil Satis Nisi Optimum’ motto.
The new lightweight home shirt is made using highly technical performance materials, including special body mapping on the back of the shirt for ventilation.
Shaped mesh underarm panels with contrast detailing and a lightweight textured Club crest offer the players and fans alike maximum fit, movement and comfort whether they’re on the pitch or cheering on the team from the stands.
The white shorts feature a contrast navy blue band around the waist for an eye-catching look, together with a mesh back panel for comfort and movement.
Double welt socks in white with a classic Everton blue trim offer all the protection and comfort demanded by modern players, completing a kit that balances classic Everton style with the very latest in performance technology.
The new home kit will be worn for the first time by the players when the Toffees play Tottenham Hotspur in the final home game of the 2014/15 Premier League season at Goodison on Sunday 24 May.