Heart of Midlothian came out on top, albeit with some question marks. But what about the away tops where there are usually a number of more risky and outlandish efforts. Scroll through to see who achives top spot.
Nowhere near the standard of the home and third kits. Maroon shoulder flashes doesn't suit the colour of the shirt which features a crude design.
Accies should be commended for going for trying something but the luminous green isn't the nicest, especially the block on the shoulder and upper arm. Good for running in the dark.
A nice looking strip but like the home kit it looks more like a training top.
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It is very... gold. A little too gold. And very shiny. Better than last season's reverse.
A top which is let down by both the fit and the sponsor.
Initial impressions aren't the best but it grows on you. The colours complement one another and the design in the green design adds to the top.
The pinstripes and collar make it a cool top with nothing detracting from it.
Livi have shown with their tops that simple can still be different and not boring. The gold additions turn it from a training top into a good effort for a kit.
A big win for away kits are using colours which complement one another and includes a design which make it stand out. Hummel have achieved this.
A top which looks even better in person. Against the blend of colours is a big positive. Would look even better without a sponsor but should be a classic kit in years to come.
The Steelmen have delivered a couple of nice kits. This one trumps the home kit. The claret and amber flashes are a nod to the club's colours and it includes a subtle collar.
You can't beat an away kit seeped in nostalgia. A purple and green change kit just screams Hibernian Football Club. It went down well with fans.