New Kits 19/20

joethegill

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I like that home one. Always thought us and Ipswich have similar ideas on what a decent kit looks like - at least up until the last couple of years where we've gone back to blue and black rather than blue and white.

Having said that, our kit next season is blue and red! It'll look similar to the below which was our kit in 12/13, but won't have the lacy collar. The (mainly) blue one is the home kit, with the (mainly) red one as the away. Sticking with black and white stripes as the third kit which is a good call.

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We seem to get a new home and away kits every year (used to alternate) and I can't see it being different this season.

Can't really do a lot with red and white stripes so ours won't take too much imagination! This year they tried to go for a retro feel, which made it look a bit fuzzy and brought out mass unhappiness, yet ended up being our best seller apparently.

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Usual red body and white sleeves but with extra wide red trim on the sleeves.
Not been too well received but it's difficult to please everybody.
We get three new kits every year which is bloody expensive especially for people with kids.
They go on sale on Saturday then the other two kits follow on.
 

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Usual red body and white sleeves but with extra wide red trim on the sleeves.
Not been too well received but it's difficult to please everybody.
We get three new kits every year which is bloody expensive especially for people with kids.
They go on sale on Saturday then the other two kits follow on.
Think I'm one of the only few millers that actually likes it. At least the sponsor doesn't cover most of the shirt like previous kits.
 

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Do Puma use the exact same template for all of their kits?

I do like the Oxford one, but all of the Puma ones look the same apart from the colours/sponsors.
 

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That Gillingham set of kits are shocking. Absolutely shocking.

Plymouth is also abysmal. Isn't the point of an away kit that its supposed to be a different colour to the home kit? :ffs:
 

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I assume it’s because we wear green as opposed to the recurrent reds and blues of most sides. I believe the only team we wouldn’t be able to wear either our home or away kit against (whether we are actually home or away) this season is Forest Green now that Yeovil have gone down, and we are rumoured to have a 3rd kit for that.
 

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Millers 3rd kit which is the same basic kit as the other 2 but just a different colour.
The broad white hoops on the sleeves and the Mears Logo spoil it for me.

This will probably get used more than the white kit.
Adults £42, Kids £31 (-15% if you have a season ticket)
 

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Shrewsbury away is very nice but the home is awful.

Rochdale always have decent kits. Might be biased as ours are often similar.
 

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