The Irons have revealed the Club’s striking new away kit for next season.
The new design will see the Hammers take to the pitch in style in a Black and Bluefish strip, stating the Club’s intention to make their mark on the Premier League next season.
Skipper Mark Noble commented: “It’s a really smart kit! I like the dark-coloured kits and you can wear this one with a pair of jeans as easily as when you are playing football with your mates.
“I think this black kit looks powerful, it’s a really nice kit and I’m certainly looking forward to wearing it in front of our fantastic travelling supporters.
The away kit had already been accidentally revealed two weeks ago when Angelo Ogbonna posted a blurry photo of Aaron Cresswell wearing the kit in a photo shoot on the 10th May. The photo was quickly deleted but not before the photo went viral on the internet.
The kit is available to pre-order now in stores and online here,
Our kit designs are sooooooo boring.
Hope we’ve got a more ‘Traditional’ back-up away kit? Might look good on the beach, though!!??!! Historically, I don’t think Premiership teams with a black away strip do too well; can someone help me with that thought???
I just don’t get the moaning. I like the top and the days of the traditional colours of clubs being used on 2nd and 3rd kits are long gone. Think Manure grey, Liverpool green, Manure blue on Wednesday, Chelsea luminous yellow, Spuds yellow, and so on. We are the only ones that I see complain.
I love the way the new badge is used on the new kit these days. I always liked the new badge.
I think its a smart top but im no fashion guru.I just care who is in it and whether the players wearing it get the jod done.I would rather have something simplistic than a top that drag queens want to wear on a saturday night out.