These are the new kits Wigan Athletic will wear for the upcoming Championship season.
Paul Cook’s men get their campaign underway at home to Cardiff on August 3, and will wear a new-look pinstripe design which is a nod to the kit the club wore during the season they won promotion to the Premier League – 2004/05.
They also wore pinstripes during the 1982-83 season.
The pin stripes are to the front and back whilst maintaining the green pop colour to a stylized cuff and contrast crew neck.
The new red away kit features a hexagonal graphic with inspiration the club says is “grown from the famous FA Cup winning jersey”.
The club has worn red before – as a third kit in 2015-16 and as away colours in 1991-93.
Goalkeepers will be in green again.
Sponsors KB88, Smurfit Kappa and 3P Logistics were announced earlier this week.
The new kit will be in action for the first time at Chester tomorrow, with fans getting their chance to snap-up replicas from Friday, July 19 when first team players will be on hand to sign merchandise. Adult shirts will cost £45.
Online orders will not be open until w/c Monday, July 22, to coincide with the launch of the new Wigan Athletic website.