Nike set to make hideous design choice on Liverpool 2024/25 third kit – leak

Nike is set to make a bizarre design choice on the new Liverpool third shirt if an online leak is set to be believed.

The brand is set to introduce an unusual ‘double tick’ to the third shirt of its biggest clubs next season including Paris St Germain, Chelsea and Liverpool. The latter has been the subject of a kit leak and the new double tick design has been widely panned by fans.

Not only does it include a smaller Nike tick within the usual design, it is also flipped vertical in a move that looks more like a printing error than a dedicated design decision. While the Nike sign has been labelled ‘hideous’ by fans replying to the leak it is not the only thing fans have spotted on the design.

The leaked Liverpool third kit features a white shirt with a grey pattern. Red and yellow highlights on the collar and cuffs complete the look.

However, the collar is a strange mismatched design that is probably based on the club’s 1980s shirts. The collar is very similar to that of the new French shirt and has become a design feature of all of Nike’s new shirts in recent months.

One fan replied to the leak by saying: “Thank God they’re overthinking designs to the point that they’ve inadvertently made them ugly. My wallet thanks you!”

Another added: “The collar looks like a manufacturing error even more with the poor meeting point. It’s probably based on collars from the late 80s but a very poor take on them.”

Last year Liverpool officially launched their third kit on 17 August. The club is likely to release the third shirt in August again this year in the last of its three kit launches. Fans can expect the Liverpool 2024/25 home shirt some time in May this year.

The new shirts will be released on the Nike website in the next few months.

Stephen Hurrell
Stephen Hurrell
Stephen is the founder and editor of The Hobby Online and The Hobby by Subbuteo.Online print magazine. He is a giant nerd and specialises in Subbuteo, retro football kits and consumer stories. A journalist and editor of 15 years, he has written about football for some of the UK's biggest publications.

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