What do Ipswich Town fans think of Norwich City’s new third kit?

Norwich's new third kit has something familiar about it... What do you think Ipswich Town fans? Pict

Norwich's new third kit has something familiar about it... What do you think Ipswich Town fans? Picture: Norwich City FC - Credit: Archant

Designing football kits is a challenging business. How do you make something distinctive, stylish and, importantly, a must have item for any fan.

Can you spot the similarities?

Can you spot the similarities? - Credit: Archant

Many a club has had its fair share of utter howlers down the years, both in Britain and around the world, though rather than being truly dreadful most are a little questionable, off the wall, or just something you might raise an eyebrow to.

So where does the latest Norwich City kit fit in among the all time ranking of East Anglian footy strips?

Unveiled this morning, the club has a new third kit for 2016/17, apparently inspired by one of its most iconic shirts.

Here they are side by side for comparison

Here they are side by side for comparison - Credit: Archant

It is a white base flecked with lots of small, angular green and yellow shapes, a homage to the 1992-94 kit, according to the club’s head of retail Steve Balmer-Walters.

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“We really wanted to replicate this iconic kit using a white base to give the third kit a distinctive look,” he said.

“With the introduction of a new 3D crest on all of this year’s shirts, it has really moved us on from where we were and lends itself to the modern shirt. In particular, the new crest has added that ‘up-to-date’ feel to the classic-looking third shirt.

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“I hope the fans really enjoy the kit as much as we have enjoyed designing it. The design of the 1992-94 kit has definitely divided people’s opinions over the years, but it’s still one of the most recognisable Norwich City kits, so we wanted to create something similar.”

Divided opinion the old kit has, but has it left the club open to a bit of good natured ribbing from fans of other teams?

And is looking back the best way forward. As Ipswich fans, what do you think? Take part in our poll and let us know.

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