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7 hours ago, David said:

Although not one for breaking away from the claret band across the chest, this is a design I quite like. Would perhaps even look good as a white away shirt with the same claret designs?

A very rough edit...
 

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Preferred the ‘home’ colours, would look great at a Europa League away tie.

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10 hours ago, underboyleheating said:

A very rough edit...
 

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That looks quality. If not as a strip as training wear anyway. Some of the stuff macron have made in that regard has been quite good.

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The three stripes  remind me of the classic Adidas Stefan Edberg 90s tennis shirt.

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I was a supporter of Motherwell’s 2012-13 ‘petrol blue’ shirt. However, I suspect the shirt that was eventually released was a Puma template that lacked the distinctive 4 bold hooped white/claret/amber/white Sampdoria feel I was pushing for on here at the time. The blue shirt wasn’t to everybody’s taste, although, the colour played an important part in our early kit history.

This is another ‘what if’ concept done in a bold hoop Sampdoria style.

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10 hours ago, underboyleheating said:

I was a supporter of Motherwell’s 2012-13 ‘petrol blue’ shirt. However, I suspect the shirt that was eventually released was a Puma template that lacked the distinctive 4 bold hooped white/claret/amber/white Sampdoria feel I was pushing for on here at the time. The blue shirt wasn’t to everybody’s taste, although, the colour played an important part in our early kit history.

This is another ‘what if’ concept done in a bold hoop Sampdoria style.

Sampdoria-Motherwell away.jpg

Awesome. Please let someone from the club be reporting back on this.

can I be cheeky and ask how this might look with slightly broader claret and amber hoops and slightly thinner white hoops? Not sure it will be an improvement, but just a thought. Also, I am assuming white shorts and socks?  We would look fantastic!

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20 hours ago, The African said:

Awesome. Please let someone from the club be reporting back on this.

can I be cheeky and ask how this might look with slightly broader claret and amber hoops and slightly thinner white hoops? Not sure it will be an improvement, but just a thought. Also, I am assuming white shorts and socks?  We would look fantastic!

The classic ‘Sampdoria design’ usually adopts hoops of a similar width. However, the width could be easily adapted. I would certainly recommend white shorts/socks with flashes of claret and amber. I would also suggest blue socks as well in case of a white sock clash.

Good teams wear classy kits and we would look great in something similar. Worth noting that Macron are great at producing ‘classic retro’ designs.

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The reverse of our traditional claret hoop/amber shirt has been utilised several times over the years by various manufacturers. Here’s my ‘what if’ adidas had produced it in the 80s. I think it’s probably due a reboot as we last utilised it in 2002.
 

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I recently did a fun take on the Admiral tramline shirt to reimagine it in C&A. I also did one for Leeds United fans as we used the same Admiral template as us.
 

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25 minutes ago, underboyleheating said:

The reverse of our traditional claret hoop/amber shirt has been utilised several times over the years by various manufacturers. Here’s my ‘what if’ adidas had produced it in the 80s. I think it’s probably due a reboot as we last utilised it in 2002.
 

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That's cracking,i love that.

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A great reworking of the 1966 "Pat Delaney" Summer Cup jersey.

Thanks, UBH, for cheering us up with these great designs in difficult times.

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Indeed, many thanks to UBH for is sterling efforts with regard strip design.

One of the things he seems to get spot on, the recent blue and claret designs being prime examples, is keeping things simple and not complicating things with too much fussy detailing. How many half decent shirt designs have we seen ruined by s ridiculous collar or cuff embellishment?

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19 hours ago, Happy Dosser said:

A great reworking of the 1966 "Pat Delaney" Summer Cup jersey.

Thanks, UBH, for cheering us up with these great designs in difficult times.

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A less traditional design concept from me. An away shirt based around the classic 1960s Fred Perry mod style crewneck collar. Also with a hint of 1970s Admiral on the three bold front stripes.

 

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Looks great,  but think it might work even better with the main stripe as the old 1970's diagonal.

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59 minutes ago, weeyin said:

Looks great,  but think it might work even better with the main stripe as the old 1970's diagonal.

First thing that I tried, but I rejected it. I might stick it on here later to see what you think.

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20 minutes ago, underboyleheating said:

First thing that I tried, but I rejected it. I might stick it on here later to see what you think.

Here it is. Admiral did a bold stripe sash in the 70s and my original idea was to do a take on that. However, the Macron badge complicates it a bit.
 

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I see what you mean. The stripe ends up being a bit wider than I imagined too. Still a fine effort, though.

How about a pin stripe width hoop (about the same width as the collar) just under the sponsor logo?

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33 minutes ago, weeyin said:

How about a pin stripe width hoop (about the same width as the collar) just under the sponsor logo?

A smaller three striped hoop might work, however, with smaller graphics there is always a  danger that it looks more like a tee shirt rather than a football shirt.

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Last one for today. White would be my away colour of choice, but the kit washer wouldn’t thank me. This is a mash up between Roma 80s and Motherwell 70s. I’ve always loved a two tone sash shirt especially in claret & amber.
 

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6 minutes ago, Pettywulliegrew-2 said:

Love a white top with Claret and amber.......right on q UBH !!!!!

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I bet the kitman hates white away kits as they must be a nightmare to wash.. However, they look great under the floodlights. 

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