Yesterday we revealed the new Everton 2014/15 third kit, completing a hat-trick of great new strips that the Blues will wear in what should be an exciting season. The kit will be worn for the first time in a friendly game against German second division side SC Paderborn 07, and will then be used throughout the season in the Premier League, cup competitions and in Everton's Europa League campaign.
The white shirt features blackberry panels under the arms, and has eight ventilation holes on the back to keep fans and players cool. Just like the Everton home and away shirts, two of the laser-cut holes are shaped like the Toffee tower, a nod to the unique culture of the club.
On the chest of the shirt, the club's new crest and the Umbro double diamond are embroidered in the blackberry colour above the sponsor's logo.
The collar on the third shirt is in a v-neck, wrap-over style, with a high stretch rib for comfort. In a blackberry colour with a yellow trim, the collar is also similar to the one that featured on the classic Everton shirt from the 1986/87 season.
The blackberry coloured shorts have mesh insert panel seams in yellow, which offer enhanced breathability.
On the back of the shorts, a shaped inseam creates a fitted, comfortable shape for the wearer.
Both the club crest and Umbro logo in white complete the shorts.
Completing the kit, the blackberry coloured socks are constructed for breathability, comfort and performance. Anatomical footbeds, Y heels and a double-welt cuff featuring a yellow trim help to keep shape and smartness.
All together, it adds up to a smart kit that we're sure will make Everton the best looking club this season - wherever they're playing.