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Everton Nike 2012/13 Home Kit Unveiled – V-Necks & Cuffs Aplenty! (Photos)

By Chris Wright

As modeled by Chopper, Gibsy, Tim-Tim and Heitingles,  here’s the brand new Nike kits that Everton will be playing in at Goodison next season, the outfield number being a lovely blue effort with enough cuff to feed a small army (click for full-sized images)…

Yep. Love it. Clean, simple and retro-tinged – everything we look for in a kit design. Nike’s ‘thing’ at the moment seems to be the larger humongous cuff and, while it didn’t quite sit right to begin with, we’ve learned to dig it in time.

Tim-Tim’s keeper kit, while not a patch on last year’s camo, is also rather smart.

Along with the stealthy black and gold bobby dazzler of an away kit that was launched a month or two ago, Everton have got themselves a cracking couple of strips for next season. Yes indeed.

What say you people? Are we liking the Toffees’ new home shirt? Eh? EH?

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By Chris on July 13th, 2012 in Everton, Kits & fashion, Photos. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
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7 Responses to “Everton Nike 2012/13 Home Kit Unveiled – V-Necks & Cuffs Aplenty! (Photos)”

  1. JoeT says:

    Liking the picture format

  2. Colin says:

    Love it, but wonder how those cuffs will look on the longsleeve version.

  3. MCA says:

    I’m going to miss Timmy’s camo GK kit.

  4. Sjakie Meulemans says:

    Heitinga’s quite angry about it anyway.

  5. JackD says:

    It looks good. Although, I thought their away kit looked very smart in photos yet I saw someone wearing one the other day and the standard was nowhere near the pictures. The gold looked distinctly more yellow.

  6. Terry Shedingham says:

    I wonder if, like the Euro 2012 shirts, these contain trace elements of arsenic and asbestos and the like?

  7. mareantheone says:

    both home and away kits are really good, but the sponsor ruins them.

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