Wolverhampton Wanderers have today unveiled their new Puma kits for the upcoming 13/14 football season.
The new home shirt has a new design but is faithful to the clubs renowned colours of Gold and Black and includes in the neckline the 2 stripes which are said to represent the loyalty and passion of the Wolves fans. The shirts detail down the side is similar to that of Wolves Championship Winning Le Coq Sportif kit from 2008/09 .
Puma have replaced previous manufacturer Burrda after 4 years in a deal worth £1m. The new Kit will also feature Wolves new sponsor ‘whathouse.co.uk’ and for the first time in 4 seasons will be included on the junior shirts, meaning the kids can now exactly match the players.
The new 13/14 away kit is mainly purple with a white trim, this is a refreshing change from previous seasons where the away colours have been black,blue or white.
The new goalkeeper kits for 13/14 are the same design as each other and come in green and yellow, both shirts include the 2 stripes coming down from collar as in the home shirt.