New Manchester United Away Strip 14/15- Nike White Man Utd 2014-15 Alternate Kit

This is the new Man Utd away kit 2014/15, Manchester United’s new alternate strip for the upcoming Premier League season. Made by Nike, the kit was officially unveiled on July 23, 2014, on the eve of their pre-season friendly against LA Galaxy.

The away shirt is white in colour and has black polo neck collar and a unique black button that is engraved with the club’s name.

When the collar is open, it reveals a small black devil from the centre of the club’s crest. On the underside of the collar, one can find a red, white and black stripe, as well as a small label that carries the message “Youth, Courage, Greatness”.

Across the back of the shirt is an engineered mesh in a series of chevrons to replicate the pattern used on United shirts as far back as the early twentieth century – and again in recent times.

The new away shorts are black, while the socks are predominantly white.

Buy this new away shirt today at well known merchants Kitbag

Or shop for it at reputed US retailers World Soccer Shop

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19 thoughts on “New Manchester United Away Strip 14/15- Nike White Man Utd 2014-15 Alternate Kit

  1. Hello, how do you do?

    ehhh, it’s mediocre. 6/10
    badge seems a bit big. I think Man U’s shirts would look better with just “chevrolet” and not the “+” logo.

  2. Observer

    Nice and simple. Just have a feeling that Nike phoned in the united shirts this season. Heard the third shirt will be quite interesting. Nike milking the cow one last time.

  3. Kieran

    Horribly bland. Why do we always have white, blue or black away kits? Can’t we break ‘tradition’ for once?

  4. Paulie

    Hello, how do you do? :
    ehhh, it’s mediocre. 6/10
    badge seems a bit big. I think Man U’s shirts would look better with just “chevrolet” and not the “+” logo.

    Agreed re the logo, or if the “+” was in 2 solid colours, e.g. Red and Black. Some companies have no problem altering the colouring in their brand logo a little for advertising purposes (like football kits) – others go by the book exactly.

  5. Moza

    Not a bad shirt but the sponsor does spoil it! The Chevrolet lettered logo on it’s own would be perfect!

  6. RealChelsea

    that’s a horrible effort – but it was expected of nike cos they are ending this season – they always do that for the last season they make kits – they are so gruesome. welcome Adidas

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