New Huddersfield Town Home Kit 15/16- Pure Legal Puma HTAFC Home Shirt 2015/16

This is the new Huddersfield home kit 15/16, Huddersfield Town’s new principal strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Puma, the new HTAFC home shirt was officially unveiled on 29 July, 2015 and made its debut on the same day in Town’s pre-season friendly against Deportivo La Coruna.

The V-neck shirt features Town’s traditional blue and white stripes, with a black panel on the sleeves. Black detailing is also seen on the shorts and the socks.

The home shirt has a new principal sponsor in the form of Pure Legal Limited, the Prescott based legal firm launched by long term Town fan Phil Hodgkinson. Pure Legal take over from Rekoderlig, whose three deal deal with the club finished with the end of the 2014/15 season.

Northern Commercials appear on the back of the jersey, with Stafflex having their logo on the shorts.

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9 thoughts on “New Huddersfield Town Home Kit 15/16- Pure Legal Puma HTAFC Home Shirt 2015/16

  1. JonLCFC

    The black works well as a trim but the blue is too light. Far, FAR better than last seasons’ eyesore though

  2. yorkshireimp

    That black stripe on the sleeves spoils the kit. Puma have turned out some shocking shirts this season.

  3. Simon

    Yeah but looks better than plymouth kit not a lot you can do with a c*** team they don’t deserve good kits and no I not a Huddersfield fan just like their kit looks like Plymouth was an after thought as they have the worse puma kits this season

  4. ajPAFC

    Simon :
    Yeah but looks better than plymouth kit not a lot you can do with a c*** team they don’t deserve good kits and no I not a Huddersfield fan just like their kit looks like Plymouth was an after thought as they have the worse puma kits this season

    Errr……exactly the same template as argyle…..

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