Wearing the colors of your favorite club brings with it a joy like no other. A direct reflection of the club, the kits provide the fans and players a multitude of emotions. Pride. Joy. A sense of responsibility. Purpose.
As a fan, donning the shirt of your club is something you look forward to every season. And with clubs refreshing their kit designs every season, the whole kit experience becomes even more stimulating.
Usually with kits, they are a representation of the history of the club. A kit usually is characterized by the colors present on the club badge. Every badge has its roots, its story, its evolution, and the same applies for the fabrics. And with kit sponsors and designers coming with new designs highlighting the traditional colors and capturing the essence of the club, fans are kept on their feet with the prospects of creative designs.
When one looks at the greatest clubs in the world, they simultaneously pair the club with the kits and colors over the years. The classics. If you think of Manchester United, you picture red shirts, white shorts and black socks. Real Madrid makes us think of an all-white strip. Juventus is characterized by the black and white striped kit design.
And it is Juve’s latest leaked kit design that piqued the interest of the fans. World-famous for their vintage black and white striped kits, the Bianconeri seem to have taken a new route for their 2019-20 season kits.
Stepping away from the traditional stripes, leaked images of the new Adidas home kit feature a block of white on the right and a block of black on the left, split in the middle by a pink stripe.
The shorts are black and so are the stockings, which feature the club logo and a pink ring. Drastic changes indeed, which have left the fans amused and bemused.
Characterized by their black and white stripes, it is going to see odd seeing Juve don their new rejigged kits next season. Juventus revamped their club crest in 2017 and a couple of years on, they are ringing in the changes, with a new kit design which is out of the ordinary. What are your thoughts on the new-look kit?