New Swansea City kits revealed for the 2014-15 campaign
Swansea City's new 2014-15 kits are launched today - and we can exclusively reveal the first images of our home and away strips.
Manager Garry Monk and the boys are looking forward to a fourth Barclays Premier League campaign, and we now unveil to you the kits the team will proudly wear throughout the season.
As modelled by Jonjo Shelvey and Wayne Routledge, our traditional black and white colours are perfectly represented in the new home strip, which also has a mesh pattern.
We have opted for a change of colour for the away strips as last season's hugely popular purple and yellow kit has been replaced by a stunning red and black strip.
Ben Davies and Nathan Dyer are pictured in the new look, which features a red-and-black-halved design on the front of the shirt with the reverse in full black. The strip is completed with red shorts and socks.
Both kits also feature a new logo for Goldenway, who have recently signed a new two-year deal to remain as the club's sponsors.
The new strips will be available to purchase from 9am today (Saturday, June 21) in the Club Shop at the Liberty Stadium, our store in Cwmdu, Debenhams in Swansea and online via www.swansdirect.com
The Club Shop and Cwmdu store will also be open on Sunday, June 22, from 10am-4pm while Debenhams is open 10.30am-4.30pm.
Adults: Shirts £45; shorts £20; £12 socks.
Juniors: Shirts £35; shorts £18; £10 socks.
Baby kit: £40.
Shirts can be personalised with name, number and Barclays Premier League badges for £18 extra. Personalised shirts with just a name and number will cost £12 extra.
Please note before purchasing, the new shirts are narrower and have a slimmer fit compared to last season.
If necessary, supporters can exchange their shirts with a valid receipt. However, customised shirts can't be returned once they have been printed.
Please note: Season ticket holders looking to claim their 10 per cent discount must produce their new season ticket receipt for the 2014-15 campaign. The discount cannot be claimed on last season's receipt (13/14).
Season ticket holders who have not yet received their receipt for the forthcoming campaign (14/15) can return at a later date and reclaim their 10 per cent on any purchases once their new season ticket receipt has arrived.
So as we proudly look ahead to a fourth consecutive season in the Barclays Premier League, we want your thoughts on the club's new strips.
Let us know via our official Twitter account @SwansOfficial by using our hashtag #HereWeGoAgain