The new hoop shirt for a new era at the club looks very clean of the mill without bells or whistles.
Adidas made its first effort this season and had a yellow look around it.
This time the liner has disappeared and is a fairly standard Celtic shirt.
The Celtic kit will be available in time for the start of next season and maybe this shirt will not receive as much recognition and praise as its previous iteration.
There are only so many things you can do with a Hoops T-shirt, but when you indulge in imaginative concept kits from great designers, this seems a little disappointing.
Traditionalists will probably find this acceptable, the trademark of three stripes on the shoulder of the shirt the only real difference between this and other brands that have designed the circles in the past.
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