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Puma Plymouth Argyle New Away Shirt 2016-2017

Days after unveiling their new 16/17 home kit, Plymouth Argyle have followed it up with the release of their new change kit for the upcoming season.

The shirt, a throwback to the club’s 1964-65 Second Division campaign when Malcolm Alison was Argyle manager and the likes of Frank Lord and Mike Trebilcock were plying their trade for PAFC, is predominantly white with green and black bands across the chest– a classic Argyle strip.

Like the 64-64 kit, PAFC’s new 2016/17 away uniform will also feature white shorts and white socks with green trim.

At the time of writing this article, Argyle are fourth in League One, tied on points with third place Bristol Rovers and two behind Oxford United

Plymouth Argyle Away Kit 2016 2017

Plymouth 1965 Kit

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  1. Russel1311
    April 8th, 2016 at 21:42 | #1

    Let’s just wait for the dirty great big bright orange sponsor’s logo before passing judgement.

  2. Les Glum
    April 12th, 2016 at 09:17 | #2

    Brilliant, I love a bit of “Retro” , Well done Plymouth & Puma for getting it sorted nice and early.

  3. Albert
    April 13th, 2016 at 10:07 | #3

    I agree with Russel311 but if you could get a sponsorless version then it would be spot on but I dout Argyle will let that happen. Got a soft sport for Argyle.

  4. Alan Collins
    January 16th, 2017 at 18:04 | #4

    Am i the only Argyle fan who thinks the Green in recent home shirts is FAR FAR too dark?? Emerald green is far better -Love the new away shirt-please please lighten the colour of home shirts in future-the look nearly black when wet !