Another new Spurs kit leak


Yet another supposed Spurs kit for next season is doing the rounds on Twitter. A white shirt, with the wrong colour blue and yellow socks. Our sponsorship with AIA runs until 2019 and is worth £16 million (€18.85m - AUS$26.43m - US$20.01m) a year.

We are moving to a new kit manufacturer Nike. Nike, Inc. is an American multinational corporation that is engaged in the design, development, manufacturing, and worldwide marketing and sales of footwear, apparel, equipment, accessories, and services Wikipedia tells us. They and Adidas are the two top sports apparel brands. We are constantly being linked with players whose boots they sponsor, but that is just a coincidence.

Moving to Nike though, it wouldn't make any sense for them to design a shirt that was similar to our last shirt from a different manufacturer, Under Armour. Nike will want to make their mark, they will want to stand apart from what has gone before. They won't want any confusion with an old kit or another manufacturer so this 'leak' doesn't look at all genuine to me.

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  1. Having ordered a number of ‘Under Armour’ items in the past I was less than enamoured with their product, their sizing (and fit) being way off expectations (compared to other sports manufacturers).
    Then I was disappointed, to say the least, when the Heritage Wear range disappeared.
    Those of us, who are of a certain age, yet still proud to display our affiliation need only the logo (in discreet form) on our sports wear.
    I’m pleased to see that cotton is finally making a come-back on our shop site and perhaps we will see wool again on winter wear…
    Synthetic fibers are fine in small doses but, when used solely, detract from our brand image and durability of the product.
    I can understand the choice of Nike (going forward) in respect of our commercial push into the American Market but, for me, Adidas will always be my choice for general sportswear simply because I’ve never been disappointed by their product!

  2. "11 Lamela" ... ??? Who might that be?