The new away kit for 2010/11 combines club history with new age technology - as every shirt will be made entirely from recycled polyester, from up to eight plastic water bottles, as part of Nike’s ‘Considered Design’ programme.
The club’s away shirt this season will be white with a black and red trim – with a bold chevron print on the sleeves. Aon, the new shirt sponsor, features on the front of the shirt whilst inside the shirt, on the back of the club crest, is the club's mantra “Believe”. The message sits right next to the heart while the symbolic Red Devil sits on the sleeve of the shirt and the shorts to add the finishing touches to the kit.
The new away strip has been engineered to give players a greater competitive advantage than ever before, keeping players drier and more comfortable, allowing them to maintain their optimum body temperature and perform at their peak on the pitch.
The away kit shares the same environmentally-friendly materials as the new home kit - to find out more, read our previous article, 'New home kit unveiled' (Football News, 15 July).