Stoke City 2014/15 Home & Away Warrior Kits Revealed

Today the new Stoke City 2014/15 home and away kits made by Warrior Sports were officially released by the English Premier League club.

Having only announced their new kit deal with US based Warrior Sports last week the Potters new 2014/15 home and away strips were unveiled today.

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The new Stoke City shirts have been manufactured using ‘Warrior War-Tech’ which acts as a temperature regulator. The shirt features a moisture wicking system which keeps moisture away from the skin by trapping it and releasing it back into the atmosphere. The fabric under the arms helps will give the players full movement but will also help with airflow under the armpit area.

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Stoke’s new home jersey is made up of the traditional red and white vertical stripes. A blue Warrior logo is placed on the right breast whilst the SCFC badge is placed on the left breast. Betting company Bet365 continue to sponsor the Potters and have their name in the middle of the jersey coloured white.

On the back of the shirt just under the collar is the clubs nickname ‘The Potters’, which is coloured blue.

The new Stoke City 2014/15 away shirt is based on the collared shirts used in the 1940’s and the sash used in the 70’s.

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The base colour of the jersey is light blue but a dark blue sash runs from the top of the right shoulder down to the bottom left corner. A white Warrior logo is placed on the sash on the right breast whilst official shirt sponsor Bet365 runs across the the sash in the middle of the jersey coloured white. The collar and the sleeves feature dark blue details.

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One thought on “Stoke City 2014/15 Home & Away Warrior Kits Revealed

  1. Smoothkaos says:

    I’m not a fan of the full collar on football kits but both of these are better than Warrior’s Liverpool kits.

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