Everton have unveiled their third strip for the 2021-22 season, designed again with a nod to the past by kit manufacturer hummel.
The third and final kit released in hummel’s second year as the club’s technical partner is described as white, yellow and navy, and it's a nod to the away kits from the 1950s.
The strip features hummel’s signature chevrons in navy along the sleeves and shoulders, as well as forming a composite herringbone pattern down the middle of the shirt.
The corresponding goalie shirt is a two-tone orange, along with orange shorts and orange socks.
Everton will debut this kit tonight in their game in Orlando against the Pumas.
The Danish firm delved into Liverpool’s Navy-influenced past with the ‘dazzle camouflage’ inspired design for the iconic home kit in blue. The away kit goes back even further, with a reimagining of the 1881-82 ‘Black Watch’ uniform the Blues wore, reverting to a ‘burnt orange’ sash instead of the original red.
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