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Everton has joined forces with Umbro again.

In classic royal blue, this new jersey was inspired by the one worn by the Everton team of 1924. This is the year that Umbro was founded and the year Everton won the Barcelona Cup.

Umbro has taken inspiration from this strip and used modern performance technology to create the new 2014/15 home kit.

Micro shadow stripe and a shaped, dropped hem for improved fit.

Flat lock stitching at shoulders. Under-arm panels enhance movement. Side seams have been moved forwards to reduce friction and stitched to the outside of the shirt to keep the inside of the shirt smooth.

Traditional collar. Embroidered team badge and logo. Polyester.


Everton y Umbro unen fuerzas de nuevo. La nueva camiseta de local del club inglés viene en el tradicional color azul que vistió en 1924. Se trata del año en el que fue fundada Umbro y el año en el que Everton ganó la Copa Barcelona. Cuello tradicional. Pol

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