Germany’s Slightly Weird New Reversible Euro 2016 Away Kit Features Built-In Training Bib (Leaked Photos)

Chris Wright

3rd, November 2015

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Once again, Todos Sobre Camisetas have managed to get their hands on a fresh batch of leaked images of the new Euro 2016 Germany kits, and while the white home strip (above) is a relatively classy and sober affair, the away kit is definitely worthy of closer examination.

As previously revealed, the away kit is a slightly odd grey and green affair – though admittedly this fresh batch of images have the shirt looking entirely less grotesque than the original dodgy leaked photo.

In fact, we really quite like the colouring now…

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But wait, there’s more!

Indeed, it turns out that the away shirt is reversible and as such comes with its very own built-in fluorescent training bib…

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Why? Why the bloody hell not, that’s why!

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4 Comments

  1. PetrovskyKSC says:

    Where the hell did they put the stripes? at the side? naff… and the reversible thing? Looks like one of those disgustingly smelly training vests you had to wear during training games. Not quite convincing

  2. Chris says:

    The home shirt is the crazy joint …10/10 but the away strip is a bit weird, its like a computer designed it and why is synthesising two completely different designs into one product – the new black. Its crap.

    I’d like a return to the classic, nature inspired colours. What is wrong with the (circa 1974) galatic green away strip?! Its great.

  3. zak says:

    I think the away kit would look great if not for the off colour sleeves. the reversible thing however is just a gimmick to sell more shirts – perhaps to amateur teems. no harm in that

  4. James Taylor says:

    There was something horribly irritating about the way adidas had begun to interrupt their three shoulder stripes in order to make room for the plethora of sleeve patches modern football deems necessary.

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