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Re: Home kit'23 : Mon Oct 17, 2022 7:04 pm  
NickyKiss wrote:
I like it. I always think with the kits ‘will the younger generation like it?’ And I think they will. I don’t normally buy them anyway but I think it’ll be a popular one. It’s a decent mix of traditional and modern.


Agree. I might get one cos I only got an away shirt last year.
Re: Home kit'23 : Mon Oct 17, 2022 7:57 pm  
apollosghost wrote:
https://wiganwarriors.com/blog/2022/10/17/2023-home-kit-released/


In the blurb it says they won't be printing names and numbers until the squad is finalised, maybe another signing to come ?



I like it, its experimental and as far away from hoops as I'd go.
Re: Home kit'23 : Tue Oct 18, 2022 10:27 am  
NickyKiss wrote:
I like it. I always think with the kits ‘will the younger generation like it?’ And I think they will. I don’t normally buy them anyway but I think it’ll be a popular one. It’s a decent mix of traditional and modern.


I think that rings pretty true. I was 9 when the much hated 1997 viking shirt came out, looking back now it's not good... but as a 9 year old I thought it was the dogs danglies and it was the first shirt I had of my own, rather than stealing my old mans.
Re: Home kit'23 : Tue Oct 18, 2022 12:07 pm  
Nnibly_Warrior wrote:
I think that rings pretty true. I was 9 when the much hated 1997 viking shirt came out, looking back now it's not good... but as a 9 year old I thought it was the dogs danglies and it was the first shirt I had of my own, rather than stealing my old mans.


It was also my first kit and I remember a couple of things about it (granted It was a long while ago and I was a kid so maybe not true) I remember thinking it was Nike as I’m sure we had agreed a deal with Nike but it must have been starting the year later so we where in limbo for a season between them and Puma and they made it in house, or sourced it in house? And the other thing was the length of the arms, from memory they almost came down to between my elbow and wrist, a really ill fitting shirt like you see when people buy cheap fake Lacoste polos from Turkey but even worse.
Re: Home kit'23 : Tue Oct 18, 2022 5:28 pm  
As a dad to a 6 year old lad, red shorts are an absolute revelation as opposed to white. FWIW I like the top too. Hope they do the trackies etc in the training kit soon - he's lived in the last stuff (even though we had 3 hoodies / 1/4 zips due to them showing the liner through the outside).
Re: Home kit'23 : Tue Oct 18, 2022 10:25 pm  
NickyKiss wrote:
I like it. I always think with the kits ‘will the younger generation like it?’ And I think they will. I don’t normally buy them anyway but I think it’ll be a popular one. It’s a decent mix of traditional and modern.


I'm a bit meh about it particularly the red shorts however, both of my grandkids love it and they are already wearing their new shirts purchased today.
Re: Home kit'23 : Sat Oct 22, 2022 3:43 pm  
post wrote:
I like it, its experimental and as far away from hoops as I'd go.


I’m not sure it could be classed as ‘experimental’.

I actually think it’s a pretty safe design.

Thumbs up from me.

I’d like to see the return of a black kit for the away.
Re: Home kit'23 : Sat Oct 22, 2022 3:46 pm  
As per usual the club will sell a shed load of these shirts. To be honest I don't mind it, we've definitely had worse.
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Re: Home kit'23 : Fri Dec 02, 2022 2:16 pm  
Get 'em while you can, Hummel's UK distributor has gone bust, seems from the statement nothing Hummel or the club can do about it at the moment so stock may be in short supply
Re: Home kit'23 : Mon Dec 05, 2022 11:44 am  
Going to get our season tickets this week after a couple of years off (just wasn't worth it for how may games we were going to be able to get to - should be goo dfor all of them this year). If I get the tickets this week, how would I claim any discount in the club shop (assuming a) you still get a discount and b) if there's anything left :))
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