New Kit 19/20

waresy

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Out of interest, did anyone see the new prem patches they've put on the shirts in the shop yesterday? instead of the embossed ones they now stick vinyl ones on - they look really cheap!
 

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I’ve been hoping that leaked one was cobblers as I’ve never seen Nike use that button collar

That looks great, defo buy
Yeah same mate, no other Nike kit released for the new season has that collar as far as I know so it would strange (and a shame) if we were to have it. In saying that from the handbook pictures it looks like it will have buttons, but will be collared like the Chelsea and PSG ones and hopefully just not that rounded one. Our third shirt in the handbook looks like the same template as Chelsea's away shirt shown in the handbook.







 

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Yesterday I noticed a number of people buying the new shirts in Sports Direct on the High Road rather than from the Spurs shop less than a 5 minute walk away. Personally, I always try to buy directly from the club but perhaps others don't feel the same. Where does everyone stand on that?
 

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Yesterday I noticed a number of people buying the new shirts in Sports Direct on the High Road rather than from the Spurs shop less than a 5 minute walk away. Personally, I always try to buy directly from the club but perhaps others don't feel the same. Where does everyone stand on that?
I'd get it from wherever is cheapest.
 

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Yesterday I noticed a number of people buying the new shirts in Sports Direct on the High Road rather than from the Spurs shop less than a 5 minute walk away. Personally, I always try to buy directly from the club but perhaps others don't feel the same. Where does everyone stand on that?
Pretty sure that kit sales go directly to Nike unless we surpass a global number - so the kit deal is essentially an advance. If that is true, then it doesn't really matter where you buy it. In the past I've shared your preference to getting in the club shop.
 

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I'd get it from wherever is cheapest.
Fair enough, I imagine that is the main criteria for most people. The adult home shirt is £5 more on the club website than through Sports Direct, although avoiding Sports Direct is certainly no bad thing for reasons that are well-documented.
 

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Yeah same mate, no other Nike kit released for the new season has that collar as far as I know so it would strange (and a shame) if we were to have it. In saying that from the handbook pictures it looks like it will have buttons, but will be collared like the Chelsea and PSG ones and hopefully just not that rounded one. Our third shirt in the handbook looks like the same template as Chelsea's away shirt shown in the handbook.







Reminds me of this one

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Anyone else have this kit but without the sponsor?
 

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Yeah same mate, no other Nike kit released for the new season has that collar as far as I know so it would strange (and a shame) if we were to have it. In saying that from the handbook pictures it looks like it will have buttons, but will be collared like the Chelsea and PSG ones and hopefully just not that rounded one. Our third shirt in the handbook looks like the same template as Chelsea's away shirt shown in the handbook.







The PSG kit is a retro kit from the 80s! I have exactly the same one withe a canal TV sponsor, albeit in baby size.
 

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Reminds me of this one

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Anyone else have this kit but without the sponsor?
Yeah I can see why! Is hard to even notice the collar on this one though as that 'SPURS' written across the top and that pattern is all you end up noticing :D

The PSG kit is a retro kit from the 80s! I have exactly the same one withe a canal TV sponsor, albeit in baby size.
Nice! It's a great shirt. It's personally what I'd love our shirt to be with a few small navy additions, I think that would be my most ideal home shirt.
 

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Pretty sure that kit sales go directly to Nike unless we surpass a global number - so the kit deal is essentially an advance. If that is true, then it doesn't really matter where you buy it. In the past I've shared your preference to getting in the club shop.
‘I’ve always believed that if you buy the shirt from the official shop, the club gets a cut. Probably about the same percentage as what sports direct get, but more as they sell it for the full RRP compared to Sports direct who usually discount it by x amount. I try and avoid any of mike Ashley’s shops but it’s becoming harder (n)
 

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I went for the away one in the end for a bit of a change.
The material is really poor. I love the design but the material is so thick and polyester like.

The home kit has a totally diff feel... a lighter stretcher feel

I got the away one though but don't think I'll wear it much. Shit material.
 

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The material is really poor. I love the design but the material is so thick and polyester like.

The home kit has a totally diff feel... a lighter stretcher feel

I got the away one though but don't think I'll wear it much. Shit material.
Brilliant thanks, getting mine delivered and it hasn’t arrived yet. ☹
 
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