Everton’s home kit for the 23/24 season is emblematic of their style. However, fans are busy drawing an analogy as the collars of the Everton home kit are reminiscent of Harry Hills fashion style, precisely his unusually large collars.
All About the 23/24 Everton Home Kit
The Hummel Everton 23-24 uniform boasts a simple yet elegant design, featuring a plain blue base paired with a crisp white collar.
What sets this kit apart is the mesmerizing pattern inspired by Archibald Leitsch’s architectural work, adorning both the collar and the white sleeve cuffs. Hummel’s iconic white chevrons and logos grace the shoulders, adding a touch of classic style.
The ensemble is rounded off with white shorts and socks, although a blue alternative is on hand for those looking for a change of color.
In a nod to St. Luke’s Church, the Hummel Everton 23-24 goalkeeper shirt stands out with its vibrant green base. The front of the shirt is embellished with a repeating arch design that pays homage to the architectural inspiration.
Monochrome white logos provide a clean and modern contrast. Completing the goalkeeper’s kit are green shorts and socks, creating a unified and striking look for the 2023-24 season.
What has Harry Hill got to do with Everton Kit
Harry Hill is quite the character. He’s a famous British comedian, actor, and TV host with a style of comedy that’s, well, a bit out there. His humor is plain quirky and surreal, with a knack for mixing wordplay, crazy absurdity, and a sharp eye for everyday life, and it’s all wrapped up in a way that just makes everyone guffaw.
Now, people might remember him from “Harry Hill’s TV Burp.” That show was a riot! He basically took TV programs and turned them into one big hilarious circus.
Now, when it comes to his fashion sense, Harry’s known for wearing those big collars and oversized suits. It’s his trademark look, which makes him look different from the herd.
Now this distinct look of his is the reason why every Everton fan is talking about Harry Hill. As mentioned earlier, the kit has white collars, not entirely similar and large like Harry Hill’s though.
Normally we don’t see a large collar in a football kit, which is why people are quick to note that obvious distinction. Also, since Harry Hill’s trademark look includes his large collar, it’s easy to see why Everton fans are fixated on Harry Hill. Also, it is British humor, so they took no time to find a pun in the kit.
A large collar should not be the most important issue for The Toffees right now as they narrowly avoided relegation last season by finishing 17th and sit last at the bottom of the table this season, having lost all three of their opening matches.