Notts County have revealed their brand-new Puma kits for the 2017-18 season.
Bespoke to the Magpies, the kits feature a stunning combination of contemporary design and moisture-wicking technology, offering supporters a versatile product which allows them to wear their colours with pride.
The shirts also have raglan sleeves for an improved fit and range of motion, a mesh underarm panel for advanced movement and ventilation, heat-applied Puma Cat branding and a high-definition, applique applied, traditional woven crest.
Notts chairman Alan Hardy said: "There has been plenty of speculation regarding how the kits will look and I am very confident they will be well received by our supporters.
"We wanted to ensure the home shirt was in keeping with our tradition but with a modern, contemporary twist. We thought long and hard about the rear of the shirt considering how difficult it can be to read names and numbers against stripes. We hope we've come up with a great solution to that by fading the stripes on the back and bringing in gold letters and numbers.
"I'm equally delighted with our away shirt, which is a different style to the home and works really well as leisurewear, especially if fans choose not to have a sponsor's logo applied.
"We're expecting stock to arrive in time for us to start selling the kits from 7 July and I can't wait to see our fans wearing them."
The home shirt is a sophisticated, classy take on the famous black-and-white stripes.
The rear of the shirt has a gradient effect, emphasising gold numbering and lettering, while a stylised V-neck gives the collar a clean look.
Notts' away shirt features a cool combination of blue and white.
A subtle graphic on the front is met by solid blue on the back, while the sleeves have a form-stripe design.
There is a ribbed cuff for increased comfort and the stylised ribbed collar with a single button gives a clean, contemporary look.
Featuring form-stripe design on the sleeves and a stylised V-neck collar, this shirt's 'Lime Punch' colour will truly make you stand out from the crowd.
The new goalkeeper kits are available in green, yellow and black, the latter featuring multi-coloured blocks on the sleeves and a distinctive pink Puma logo.
Notts' new range of Puma training wear will be on sale from 9am on Saturday 1 July.
Dates of sale
As of 6pm on Thursday 6 July, the club are awaiting the stock's safe passage through UK customs.
Season ticket holders will have the opportunity to become the first supporters to buy the home kit at an exclusive event at the club shop, details of which will be confirmed soon. First-team players, along with manager Kevin Nolan, will be in attendance.
The home kit will go on general sale at 9am the day after the season ticket holder event.
Notts’ away and third kits will go on sale later in the month.
How to buy
Replica kit will be available online, in store or by calling 0115 955 7205.
Sponsors' logos and personalisation
Following the recent announcement regarding Notts' unique 2017-18 shirt sponsorship arrangement, supporters will be able to choose to either leave their shirt sponsorless or select from one of 10 logos.
A selection of the logos will be available when home shirts go on sale. The club will update supporters when new logos become available.
Fans can personalise their shirt with any number and name (max 10 characters) for only £12. Just a number or name is priced £6.50 per application, while Sky Bet League Two sleeve badges can also be applied for £6 (adults only).