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Beautiful that top for me like, in my top 5 home shirts since moving to the riverside, and its my favourite since we've changed from our better previous badge.

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LOVE it! 

The original Heritage Hampers top was my first ever Boro shirt so it evokes a lot of memories for me. Will be nice to see it not is size XXXXXXXL and actually on someone. 

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8 minutes ago, BeardySmog said:

LOVE it! 

The original Heritage Hampers top was my first ever Boro shirt so it evokes a lot of memories for me. Will be nice to see it not is size XXXXXXXL and actually on someone. 

I wonder if this years shirt will also be sported by fashion talisman Rudy Gustede ( available in long sleeves but not if you are 6ft 15 )

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13 minutes ago, Pork Slops said:

I wonder if this years shirt will also be sported by fashion talisman Rudy Gustede ( available in long sleeves but not if you are 6ft 15 )

It's that long since I've seen his name I can't even spell it, jesus.

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3 minutes ago, Pork Slops said:

It's that long since I've seen his name I can't even spell it, jesus.

Let's hope we don't see it for a while unless it's in the headline "Gestede leaves for surprisingly high transfer fee" 

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I quite like it. Thought they might try and recreate another of the old kits. Needs slightly bigger white bands though imo. Especially the bottom one. 

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It's OK.

I like that it's not another off the shelf job and it's individual to us.

The Hummel deal certainly is focusing on our heritage - after this kit, hopefully they do something new and different

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7 minutes ago, Sarumite said:

It's OK.

I like that it's not another off the shelf job and it's individual to us.

The Hummel deal certainly is focusing on our heritage - after this kit, hopefully they do something new and different

As much as I loved the quality of the Adidas kits, they were not personal to us at all. 

Hummel have made kits with our heritage and us as fans in mind. I just hope they've addressed the quality issues from last year. 

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I absolutely love it personally. One of my favourite kits in years. This hummel move was great!

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