New Kit 18-19

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Today we can show you the full Tottenham 18-19 away kit, expanding on our last post detailing the colors and first hints on the design. In the club's second season with Nike, the Tottenham 2018-2019 jerseys are expected to be launched earlier than they were this summer.

TOTTENHAM 18-19 AWAY KIT
This image shows the Tottenham 2018-19 away shirt.




Just like in the Nike debut season, the Tottenham 18-19 away jersey is navy, with white being used for the Swoosh on the right chest. While some might be disappointed at the lack of variation from Nike, it's safe to say that dark blue is easily Spurs' most iconic away color.



Despite sharing the base color, the Tottenham 2018-2019 away kit looks nothing like its predecessor. This is thanks to the fact that the Nike Tottenham Hotspur 2018-2019 away shirt prominently features turquoise / teal in the form of a bold graphic on the sleeves.


Finally, the shield around the club crest found on this season's Spurs uniforms is gone in 2018-19.


Template-wise, the Tottenham 2018-19 away jersey is of course based on the latest iteration of Nike's infamous Vapor template. Barcelona's 2018 training kit serves as an early preview.

Navy shorts and socks are expected to complete the Tottenham 18-19 away kit.
A few pictures of the design in real life, which doesn't look as but thats when the sleeve pattern colour is basically the same as that of the sleeve.





Nike's one template for all is bad enough but what the hell is going on with those sleeves. Are Nike's third world sweatshops designing the shirts as well now? Also, that France shirt looks like a white shirt someone wore whilst doing the painting.
 

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I must be in the minority that doesn't mind the gradient pattern. This seasons kit is lovely but as minimalist as I think we'll ever see from Nike. The kit will be shown worldwide and those new fans from around the world maybe wont have the same sentimentality with the history of the club and its plain white shirts (mainly).

a bit of variation here and there isn't a bad thing. In my opinion, our nicest ever kit was the Holsten kit by hummel with the chest chevrons.
 

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I really like the deep dark blue theme. Remembered I loved our black away kit a few years back.

I wonder about those lines on the shoulder.... Any chance it's something like the goalkeeper's jersey...
http://www.sporting-heroes.net/content/thumbnails/00374/37332-zoom.jpg

U notice if he bends down he would be camofludge against the green grass and the net... Maybe it's to somehow make a sliding challenge less visible to the ref if he is further away.

Does make u think.
 

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Oh dear Nike are getting creative... I was really happy when we moved to them as I’m a fan of classic simplicity, which I think they delivered on this season.

Looks like the silhouette may still be a template but the designs a little more bespoke. Be careful what you wish for people.
 

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How has this leaked already?!

Erm… well, it's horrible isn't it? Think it's fair to say. It's really quite disgusting. If anyone bar Nike was serving that up, pretty sure it would be universally hated.

I really like the Nike kits this year because, as @FreddieYid says, of their simplicity. Even the camo effects I like as they're riffing off a classic design.

This one just looks like a pre-schooler has tried to colour in the arms with coloured pencils and then been disturbed. It is better on the England and France ones as it's almost more of a texture as it's the same/complementary colour. Contrasting colours just look weird.

And that mock up Home kit is even worse - if the details are correct, I trust it will be more subtle than looking like it’s been dunked in some paint

But whatever, I don't wear football shirts anyway.
 
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Not sure I like that at all but then again, I'm not really a fan of that template that Nike are going to be using for a lot of next season. Really don't like those sleeves. This seasons was so much more slick and clean. Hopefully it's just a case of it looking better when on the players and shown in promotion and such.

Here's a mockup of what the home could look like based on reports of how it will be. Whether it will look like this or not I don't know but I can't say I like a gradient effect on any shirt to be honest.

Without the blue at the bottom it's a nice shirt but I don't think it's too bad.
 

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The "gradient" aspect would be better in silver/grey. It's not a design that fits well with wearing white shorts in Europe though whatever colour is used.
I really like the shirt, but that’s a good point about Europe, wouldn’t at all go with white shorts.
 

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Those sleeves are terrible.
I thought Nike would want to design a shirt that appeals to potential buyers.....
The thing is that clubs and manufacturers know that they are plenty of people out there who will buy any old tacky piece of crap with the club's name and/or badge on it, simply because it's club merch. As long as these people have more money than sense, the designers will continue to ignore the culture/traditions of a particular club and the game in general.
 

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The thing is that clubs and manufacturers know that they are plenty of people out there who will buy any old tacky piece of crap with the club's name and/or badge on it, simply because it's club merch. As long as these people have more money than sense, the designers will continue to ignore the culture/traditions of a particular club and the game in general.
They won’t sell sweet fa.... then we win the league in the new stadium and the sell millions
 
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