New Wolves 2013/14 Kits Launched, Bland As Beige Bowl Of Cold Porridge (Photos)

Chris Wright

23rd, April 2013


By Chris Wright

For those who are interested, here’s the new Wolves kits for the 2013/14 League One (ahem) season, which is being launched along with the Twitter-friendly tagline “#NatureofWolves”.

Ask most Wolves fans what the precise nature of their side is these days as they languish in the Championship drop zone and we’re not entirely certain you’d get the kind of buzzwords Puma were angling for when they came up with their slogan.

That’s unless it’s ironic of course. What we’re looking at here is a couple of extremely bland kits with a sponsor that’s about as generic as they come…

Sorry Wolves, but it looks like Puma may have sussed you up after all.

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  1. Doctor's Your Uncle says:

    Simple, understated, classic. I dont get the hate.
    Combined with your “sh*t kits”, you have a weird taste in kits.

    Just out of curiosity: What are your favorite uniforms this season?

  2. bob says:

    i have to say i like it. plus you could real madrid’s past few kits would look under budget and meh if thats the case

  3. darlowolf says:

    i actually likie it,its plain and simple yet stylish

  4. Richard says:

    Written by a West Brom fan

  5. Spook's Dad says:

    I like it, even though it is Wolves.

  6. SL says:

    Theyre ok, maybe bland but they arent as bad as Umbro who produce terrible kit after terrible kit.

  7. Kathies says:

    It really does capture the nature of the Wolves though- it’s some football shirt.

  8. porcelain sandwich says:

    I don’t particularly see how can like this, it’s just an utterly standard orange v-neck. I basically bought 5 of these for a fiver at Dunlop a while back.

  9. Gamblino says:

    What’s that last snide little line all about you prick?! Its not like you Forest fans have a lot to write home about.

  10. Andy says:

    whoaaaa, the toys have left the pram. i think its shit, for the record.

  11. big mean bunny says:

    when you invented European football and Puskas used to wear your clubs pyjamma’s then you can pretty much do what ever the fuck we want, regardless of how poor we are now.

    can’t wait to see Forests new Nike kit, straight off the rails Nike effort I imagine.

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