Kit of the Day: February Round Up

Posted by John Devlin

Better late than never! Here’s a round up of February’s Kit of the Day posts.

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10422266_935816559769964_7788389920254207502_n wigan-h-95-98 wba-a-72-75 tranmere-h-11-12 southend-h-90-91 sheff-wed-h-77-83 scunthorpe-h-82-83 rangers-3-97-98 portsmouth-h-83-85 plymouth-h-59-64 peterborough-a-06-07 partick-a-10-11 oldham-a-85-87 notts-county-3-82-83 norwich-a-04-06 newcastle-h-76-80 millwall-a-86-87 middlesbrough-h-10-11 liverpool-3-94-96 lincoln-city-a-09-10 intermilan-a-07-08 forest-h-76-77 crystal-palace-h-13-14 charlton-h-98-00 bradford-h-82-83 argentina-h-86 aberdeen-a-79-82 new-zealand-a-10-11


8 Responses to “Kit of the Day: February Round Up”

  1. Chris O Says:

    Another fabulous selection – beautifully drawn as ever!

  2. Steve Halliwell Says:

    It doesn’t get much better kitwise, great stuff lad.

  3. Alan Prior Says:

    Great to see the Portsmouth Le Coq strip and the Aberdeen away from 79-82.I’d forgotten about that one.
    Was the Forest strip U-win?

  4. Alan Prior Says:

    Just noticed,yes at the bottom of each pic it says the designer,sorry.

  5. Tony Spike Says:

    i adore that 70s wednesday kit

  6. Martyn Ping Says:

    Actually, Tony, I would say that the Owls have had some really nice kits over the years – the early 90’s Umbro efforts were nice, and I liked the Puma ones – especially the 95/96 which had the broad centre stripe and the narrower ones either sides, paired with blue shorts. They’ve had some nice aways too, the black Puma one with yellow pinstripes of particular note. I’m a traditionalist and think that the likes of Wednesday, Leeds, and Forest belong in the PL.

  7. Ricky McCarthy Says:

    Amazing selection and it’s interesting to see the range of brands making kits back then, hopefully New Balance and Under Armour create some timeless pieces.

  8. Jonathan Roberts Says:

    Some amazing kits there! Great content

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