Stevenage's new home and away kits for the forthcoming 2016/17 season have been revealed to a great early reception from Boro fans.
Modeled above by Dean Wells, Fraser Franks and Charlie Lee, the design of the new High Risk Red and White home kit from Carbrini celebrates the club's 40th anniversary and is based upon the classic 1996-1998 shirt, which supporters had previously chosen as their favourite ever Boro home kit.
The new shirts are built with X-Tech fabric that wicks away sweat to keep you cool, dry and comfortable even when the temperature is heating up. The home kit features a concealed button placket, turn down collar and mesh panels at the side and underarm to keep players cool.
Meanwhile the new away shirt, which is modeled below by Charlie Lee and will be worn on the road this season, has a fresh new design featuring Black Iris with Cyber Yellow and is again built with X-Tech fabric.
The new replica shirts are expected to be available from the beginning of August. No exact date is currently set but an announcement will be made as soon as these are available.
Reaction on Twitter to today's long-awaited kit release was very positive, as some of the below tweets from Boro fans show...
July 1, 2016
First Boro shirt I'll have bought in 10+ years. Mega. https://t.co/w08cEICtgT— Mark Hollis (@HollisMark) July 1, 2016
Yes!!!!!!!!!!!! 😍😍😍. This will be the first shirt I've purchased for quite a few years. https://t.co/lKhbtj9cxa— Robert Warren (@RobGWarren) July 1, 2016
New @StevenageFC kits look smart, the away one would be my choice of attire for the coming season though— Simon Whittle (@SiWhittle) July 1, 2016
July 1, 2016
@StevenageFC that is one sexy home shirt.....❤️— Lee Harding (@leeharding1980) July 1, 2016