The Kit Cupboard – Luton Town Home Kit 2009-10

Posted by John Devlin

luton-h-09-10Like many football fans of my age I was sad to see Luton Town leave the Football League at the end of 08-09, they have certainly been a part of the football landscape I am familiar with. The club will start their non-league life with a fresh start kit-wise in the shape of this new Carbrini outfit. The kit raised eyebrows as it is sees the club’s regular white shirts relegated to a change strip with orange (last worn regularly in the 70s, although it was sported in the 99-00 season) promoted to first choice. Could this change in colour have anything to do with the arrival of Easyjet, long time inhabitants at nearby Luton Airport, as new shirt sponsors? Its not a bad looking design although inevitably it will draw comparisons to Carbrini’s orange Blackpool shirt.


4 Responses to “The Kit Cupboard – Luton Town Home Kit 2009-10”

  1. Rich Johnson Says:

    Have to say I do prefer to see Luton in white / orange…and in the football league :( Still, if they get a decent amount of money off Easyjet and it helps them back then it will have been worth it.

  2. john b Says:

    liked the old adidas kits they had from the 80’s.The one with white body/orange sleeves.

  3. True Colours Football Kits » Almost Weekly Blog - 20th September Says:

    […] One of my favourite kits in the Bundesliga is the VFL Bochum home kit – look out for a Kit Cupboard feature on this soon. Incidentally, I’ve just added a new Kit Cupboard article on Luton Town’s current home kit. You can read it here: http://www.truecoloursfootballkits.com/articles/the-kit-cupboard-luton-town-home-kit-2009-10 […]

  4. Luton airport parking Says:

    This kit gives me a little deja vu of when I saw the kits from the 70’s/80’s. I prefer this simple style and the EasyJet logo looks good. Great that we have such a big sponsor, as money is harder to come by these days.

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