Nike Reveal Latest England Away Kit
Tradition meets ambition with the new England 2017 away kit from Nike. Will the strip bring more success than its red Euro 2016 predecessor?
With the pain of Euro 2016 still raw in the minds of England fans, Gareth Southgate's Three Lions need to get 2017 off to a good start.
Step forward the new Nike England away kit.
Making its debut in a friendly against Germany in the Westfalenstadion, Southgate faces a tough test against the World Cup holders in his first game as England's permanent manager. However, they've already won the style battle before they've crossed the white line.
Nike have ditched the red away kit - stained with the disappointment of the European Championships in France - and replaced it with a two-tone navy blue number.
Clean, simplistic and classic, the new away kit leaves all of the focus on the players and their aims of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
Nike's AeroSwift technology delivers an enhanced fit, superior breathability and reduced weight to the kit - perfect for racing past your opponents at 5-a-side.
A black expandable vertical stripe also runs down the length of the shirt and shorts to help improve ventilation.
The kit binds ambition and tradition together. Modern technology is paired with a throwback feel, with The Three Lions crest inspired by the sky blue from the England third shirt of 1990.
Fans will be hoping that Italia 90 influence extends to the pitch and spurs Southgate's men on to more passionate performances.
How Much is England's New Away shirt?
The cheapest England away shirt can be found at Sports Direct, the adults size priced at £47.99 and the juniors at £37.99, with delivery costing £4.99.
As with every modern football strip, you can expect to pay a premium price for a premium kit.
The technology used within the Vapor Match standard shirt is the same used in the shirts issued to the pros, with the highest standard top setting you back around £90.
For those without the pay packet of Wayne Rooney, the lower Stadium adult version offers a more affordable option, while still including some of the technology used in the Vapor Match shirt.
What do you make of the latest England away kit?
Is it a clean, classic kit or too boring and missing some red? Let us know your thoughts.