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Everton unveils a new home kit inspired by camouflage for the 2021-22 season

Everton unveils a new home kit inspired by camouflage for the 2021-22 season

Everton unveils a new home kit inspired by camouflage for the 2021-22 season

Everton are in the second year of a three-year contract with Danish sportswear company Hummel. All three kits for the 2020-21 season were largely well received, and the travel kit for next season features a bold design that dates back to the early days of the club’s history.

Yesterday, both the club and the kit maker teased the textured print, which seemed to form the backdrop for the new home kit.

Well, here’s the Blues.

The design inspiration for the new home kit came from around the world, with a number of Evertonians involved in the process. From the Everton website –

The video follows the unique pattern of blindness being recreated as a stunning piece of sand art on the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria, Australia and incorporated into an attractive hairstyle at a hairdressing studio in Ireland, as well as showcasing the artistic skills of a Chinese nail. artist, Malaysian carpenter, Greek graphic artist and US baker.

For the first time, the women’s kit is launched together with the men’s kit. The Everton women showed their shirt by announcing that they signed the international veteran from England, Toni Duggan.

Photo by Tony McArdle / Everton FC via Getty Images

As they did last year, Hummel did a good job with the goalkeeper kit, with the design inspired by the technically colored T-shirts, famous by Neville Southall in the mid-90s.

The kit will be available for sale starting July 15, but can be pre-ordered right now via evertondirect.com

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Pre-order the new home kit for men and, for the first time, the women’s kit, along with the new lens kit from Fanatics Everton online store Here.*

The away kit was released at the end of the previous season, with Toffees wearing the “Black Clock” inspired kit for their last game of the 2020-21 campaign. They can be ordered at Kitbag online store Here.*

The selection of training equipment has been released and the mainly white kit (called “Gardenia”) is very simple, with clean lines, while the pre-match away jersey has all the colors of the away kit (black, white, ‘statement burned orange ‘) in bold lines over the front.

* – Royal Blue Mersey will receive a share of any sale made through this link