The third new official kits, produced by Erreà for English League Two side Crawley Town FC’s forthcoming 2019/20, have been launched.
Sophistication, attention to detail and innovative research into fabrics are what characterise the innovative and impeccably styled kits.
In keeping with tradition, the first shirt is red and is embellished with fine, tone on tone printed vertical stripes. The shirt’s graphics are finished off with white edgings on the sleeve ends, the shoulders and a refined, ribbed reinterpretation of the round collar. The semi-circular patch on the inside of the collar has the Latin phrase “NOLI CEDERE”, which means never give up and to compete to the very end.
From the semi-fitted wearability, the distinctiveness of the shirt lies in the Utility fabric inserts along the shoulders on which the transfer printed Erreà logos are repeated. This extremely soft yarn, with its second skin effect, is characterised by the presence of micro holes that provide the garment with ventilation and breathability. The main body of the shirt is produced in a second fabric that is ideal for football and is designed to follow the body’s movement perfectly and with naturalness. It has a double-knit construction that guarantees excellent regulation of the body’s temperature.
The same model and fabrics are also combined for the away shirt, which comes in a basic white embellished by a graphic design consisting of thin anthracite grey oblique lines, a colour that is reprised in the edges of the collar and sleeves. In this case the fabric stripe with the Erreà logos on the shoulders is in bright blue.
The third shirt, that recalls the one used last season, has a black background and is embellished with fluorescent yellow details and inserts in the sleeve ends and the mandarin style collar.
On the back of each of the three shirts, below the collar are the transfer printed words “Red Devils”, in italics, i.e. the nickname for Crawley Town FC.