Everton have released their new third kit ahead of the 2021/22 campaign with a striking 'dazzle' pattern.
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Everton's pioneering away strip from the late 1950s, worn by Goodison greats like Dave Hickson, Bobby Collins, and Brian Labone, has been reimagined in white, navy, and yellow.
The outfield jersey has ‘Royal Navy' blue shorts and socks with yellow detailing, while the goalkeeper outfit has a two-tone orange shirt with orange shorts and orange socks with white adornment.
The motifs on both the outfield and goalie shirts are inspired by the bow of a ship and pay homage to hummel's famed chevrons.
The strip also follows the nautical concept of Everton's new home uniform, which was unveiled earlier this month and features the 'Dazzle' camouflage.
When Rafa Benitez's side takes on Mexican club Pumas in Florida on Wednesday evening, the new kit will be worn for the first time.