Estudiantes de la Plata revealed their home and away kits for the 2015 Argentine Primera Division and Copa Libertadores in a press conference in Buenos Aires last month.
Players at the release included Leandro Desábato, Guido Carrillo, Álvaro Pereira, Israel Damonte and Gastón Gil Romero. Juan Sebastián Verón, who started his professional career with the club and currently serves as the chairman, joined the players on stage for the presentation.
The home kit remains true to tradition with the alternating red and white vertical stripes. The adidas 3-Stripes run from teh red crew neck collar down the all-red sleeve to the white sleeve cuff.
The team crest lies on the left breast with the team name embroidered underneath it. Above the crest, there is a gold star with the number 11 inside that represents the team’s major titles, 6 Argentine league championships, the 1968 Intercontinental Cup and Copa Libertadores triumphs in the 1968, 1969, 1970 and 2009.
The Adidas logo is embroidered in black on the front center. On the right breast lies the Lion, also representative of the team, and DirectTV, the team sponsor, is presented across the front of the jersey.
The shorts are black with white stripes across the side and the team crest in the bottom right corner.
The intricate features of the home jersey are also included on the away jersey; however, the stripes are an alternating black and gray. The adidas 3-Stripes are white and run from the red v-neck collar down the sleeve to the red sleeve cuff.
The crest, star, team name and lion are in their respective places. Direct TV is in a white font without a black background.
The shorts for the away kit are also black, but the stripes across the side are red. The crest is also in the right corner.
The ClimaCool technology used in the jersey helps to keep cool air in while expelling heat.