English Premier League side Everton FC has a new away kit from their new kit supplier Umbro. The English sportswear company has generated a lot of buzz in their return to the soccer uniform scene, and Everton was one of their top teams in their portfolio, before the company was bought by Nike.
This new stylish black kit is influenced by one of the club’s first kits in the 1880s. The jersey has a crewneck with a ribbed v-stretch insert. The neckline inside the collar has blue trim. The clubs’ new badge comes in a monochrome black with white outlines.
The shirt has subtle white details, with Umbro’s wordmark label on both sleeves. Trim side piping from the sleeves through the underarms and down the sides to the hem of the shirt is also present.
The back of the shirt has blue ventilation holes in the shape of the Toffee Tower.
The black shorts have white side trim, with a monochrome badge. The socks are also black, with a white double-stripe pattern at the top.
How do you feel about the Toffees’ new contemporary clash kit? Looking forward to seeing the return of Umbro in the Premier League?