News from the Scottish Premiership as Puma and Hearts have revealed their bold new away kit for the 2016-17 season.
The new kit takes inspiration from the Scotland kit that was worn nine times between 1881 and 1951. Scotland occasionally wore this unusual colour combination because primrose yellow and pink were the Earl’s racing colours.
The new kit uses a bright yellow base with four pale pink hoops going across the shirt. The flappy collar is in white, while the Puma logos are black. In attempt to honour the original kit even more, the sponsor logo is omitted from this jersey.
The shorts are bright yellow with a pale pink stripe running down either side, while the socks are yellow also, with two pale pink stripes on the turnovers.