Home Shirt

Alex
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Home Shirt

Postby Alex » Wed Apr 19, 2017 7:29 pm

I'm guessing we'll probably keep the current colours and design for a few years :?:

I think we should anyway. Very nice :!:
Birdman
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Location: Aldershot

Re: Home Shirt

Postby Birdman » Wed Apr 19, 2017 8:40 pm

Another season for this kit then change for 18/19 would make sense. Additional income and all that.
Aldershot_Rob
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Location: Faversham

Re: Home Shirt

Postby Aldershot_Rob » Wed Apr 19, 2017 8:42 pm

Are Bridges signed up for next season too?
ShotsTom
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Location: Haslemere

Re: Home Shirt

Postby ShotsTom » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:34 am

I wonder if they'll change the kits if we go up. When we went up in 2008, the shirts had back in the football league on it. Wonder if they'll do the same if we get promoted.
Giles
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Re: Home Shirt

Postby Giles » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:46 am

I know a lot of peeps will disagree but I like a new shirt every season 8)
DH
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Re: Home Shirt

Postby DH » Thu Apr 20, 2017 10:11 am

I like the current shirt design but it really bugs me how the badges and logos start to peel off after the first wash no matter how gentle.

I was wondering if there was any market for a 'premium' shirt, costing more but with sewn on badges etc?

I'd buy one - anyone else?
Shots2000
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Re: Home Shirt

Postby Shots2000 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 12:44 pm

I like a new shirt every season, but I like this current one
EV
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Re: Home Shirt

Postby EV » Thu Apr 20, 2017 4:10 pm

DH about your shirt, you do wash on a low temperature ? and avoid clothes with zips in the mix & don't overload ? I haven't had any trouble with any strip I have had, certainly not this seasons.
Aldershot_Rob
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Location: Faversham

Re: Home Shirt

Postby Aldershot_Rob » Thu Apr 20, 2017 5:51 pm

The only shirt I ever had a problem with was a black carbrini one. The carbrini logo peeled off but that took a lot of wear before doing so.
Until I met my missus my old shirts are starting to peel as well. The 2008 red kit, the white shirt from 2012. We wash on 40c fast wash cycle. Don't recommend at all.
willberto
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Re: Home Shirt

Postby willberto » Thu Apr 20, 2017 7:33 pm

I find washing football shirts inside out seems to extend their life before they start to peel a lot.
Normally mine last a couple of years and then start to peel badly, mainly on the sponsers logo.
PAUL BLUNDELL
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Re: Home Shirt

Postby PAUL BLUNDELL » Thu Apr 20, 2017 9:17 pm

Hi people, I did ask if we could have an embrioded badge on our shirt. When looked into it and asked clubs like Wrexham, (they have the same kit as us) they said it cost about a extra £2 on the shirt. Surely, it's better quality, does not peel off, looks better and saves someone time and money sticking the badges on only to peel back off. I would pay the extra and i'm sure you would. I belive my idea was poo pooed. Sorry, I did try!
chimpster99
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Location: Alton

Re: Home Shirt

Postby chimpster99 » Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:04 pm

I must have been one of the only people to like the green away shirt with purple stripes and Datrontech sponsorship. It was definitely unique!

Must say this season's kit will probably be looked back on as a classic. Hope we keep it next year.
Anon E Mouse
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Re: Home Shirt

Postby Anon E Mouse » Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:21 am

Love this years shirt. First one I've had for a while as it's all Red and Blue.
Wash on a cooler wash inside out and no issues. Loos as good as New with no pinkage of the sponser and no peeling.
Steve Stairs elbow
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Re: Home Shirt

Postby Steve Stairs elbow » Fri Apr 21, 2017 12:55 pm

Football shirts are the only thing that gets men talking about washing machines!
Anon E Mouse
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Re: Home Shirt

Postby Anon E Mouse » Fri Apr 21, 2017 1:14 pm

Steve Stairs elbow wrote:Football shirts are the only thing that gets men talking about washing machines!


I don't go near mine, too many buttons and things. Have to thank Mrs Mouse for all that, and keeping my shirt looking good. I think she is frightened that if she ruins it, I wont go out every other Saturday. :lol:

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