HEARTS have finally unveiled their new kits for their return to the Scottish Premiership, after posting teaser shots on the club’s website.
The home kit is all-maroon, with a white V-neck collar and white Puma logos on the upper chest and sleeves. It is teamed with white shorts,
The change strip is predominantly white, with maroon shoulder panels and maroon V-neck collar, teamed with maroon shorts with white panels and white socks with maroon panels.
Both strips are sponsored by the Save the Children charity, and are influenced by the Puma firm’s iconic kits from the 1970s and 1980s.
The unique kits carry the ‘traditional Hearts maroon’, according to the club, and will be on sale from July 7.
A statement on the Tynecastle club’s website read: “Due to the club’s historic partnership with Save the Children, these stunning new kits have seen a slightly later than usual launch and release date.
“Despite this, the club feels the time spent to be justifiable given the special circumstances surrounding the groundbreaking partnership, and fully believes the kits are worth the wait.”
Supporters were generally happy with the kits, with one fan tweeting: “New kits are relatively basic, just the way I like a Hearts kit! Not too much going on but a deep shade of maroon and white away kit.”
Another added: “The new Hearts tops are surprisingly nice, away one is so much nicer though.”
What are your thoughts on the new kits?