- Nov 1, 2001
Dont mind the white Chevy logo atall, really wasnt sure about the giant gold one
This, I wont lie. Ill probably end up with both, Im thinking Herrera on one and Vidal on the other I dont give a shit if people think it is childish or embarassing, for me its part of the excitement of a game, get my shirt on, wear my colors feel like part of the team.I've no idea why people are ragging on the away kit. It's just this year's home kit in white.
This, I wont lie. Ill probably end up with both, Im thinking Herrera on one and Vidal on the other I dont give a shit if people think it is childish or embarassing, for me its part of the excitement of a game, get my shirt on, wear my colors feel like part of the team.
They may do in future years, but really, it would be crazy to expect a company - who have paid an absurd amount to sponsor our shirts - to not have their logo in full colour.Its a shame Chevrolet didn't opt for a monochromatic logo, because the home kit's one of the nicest we've had for years. Better than the black Chevron.
Yeah, I get your point.They may do in future years, but really, it would be crazy to expect a company - who have paid an absurd amount to sponsor our shirts - to not have their logo in full colour.
The shirt looks pulled/pinned in around the back like they do on a mannequin, and as such the logo looks the width of the shirt, which it won't if the shirt was hanging free.The logo on that away kit is huge. Next season Chevrolet want us playing in actual cars. Wingers in Corvettes, Centre halves in an Equinox etc.
Yeah, it's one of those things that isn't overly neccesary - but from a Marketing perspective (and I am a Marketing guy for my sins) where possible you always want to use your full colour logo.Yeah, I get your point.
I'm not a business/marketing type of guy so I can't appreciate the differences between a full colour logo and a monochromatic one though. I had hardly heard of Vodafone and Aon before they were our sponsors, and now I do because their names were on United's kit, so it's not as if a full colour logo is needed.
I've got a couple and they fit me fine. My mate has a dipper one and it's ok on him. Are they as good as an original, nope, but they are 20% of the price of an original on ebay. Did you email them and ask them as it sounds like you have a dodgy one?If anyone's considering these, don't bother. I bought one once (a remake of the 82-84 home shirt, just like a red version of the above) and it was awful. People aren't square, but these shirts are. They seem to have been made to fit lego figures.
I have a feeling a better picture will make it look a bit smarter, they should have gone with a Red on White theme and have the red Nike tick match up with JUST a Red outline and detail on White version of the badge like last seasons away which had Black on White.Really really like the home kit now, hope that the away kit is fake. White, gold, black is not the best combi IMO.
I agree, it looks surprisingly great after the uninspiring early leaks. I don't mind the gold logo at all, it blends in nicely with the home shirt. The logo does seem more prominent on the away kit, maybe it won't be as bad when Vidal is wearing it at Anfield.I really like it to be honest. They have done a good job with such an awkward logo.