The new design — that references the season the Reds were spearheaded to the FA Cup final by Robbie Fowler and Steve Mcmanaman — takes on the same green and white quarter pattern, however, it’s been updated with a digital effect.
Additionally, the shirt layers hues of “Green Spark,” “Poison Green,” and “Pine Green,” while the design is also complemented by a black trim collar and sleeve cuffs, with the customary Liver Bird motif also hit with a blacked-out effect.
What’s more, is that the new away jersey for Liverpool has been designed in line with the club’s “The Red Way” sustainability program, with both the on-field and replica versions of the kit being crafted from 100% recycled polyester fabric, made from recycled plastic bottles.
You can take a closer look at the new away jersey in the LFC video below and you will be able to see it for the first time IRL when the men’s team takes on Leicester City during its pre-season tour in Singapore. Beyond jerseys, the full mainline training and lifestyle collection is slated to go on sale starting July 7.
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