Wolves Away Shirt 2016 17

New Wolves Away Kit 2016/2017 by Puma

This is the new Wolves away top 16/17, Wolverhampton Wanderers’ change strip for the upcoming Championship season. Made by Puma, the new Wolves away kit was officially unveiled on June 22, 2016, the same day when fixture lists for the new season for the EFL were also announced.

Wolves will wear a green change strip for the upcoming season, which they will kick off away at Rotherham.
The predominantly green shirt, with a black collar, will be paired with green shorts and green & black hooped socks. The Money Shop will be principal sponsors, like they were for the home kit that was released last month.

Check out more EFL Championship kits for 2016/17

Wolves Away Shirt 2016 17

Wolves Away Shorts 16 17

Wolves Away Socks 2016 2017

11 thoughts on “New Wolves Away Kit 2016/2017 by Puma

  1. Albert

    I dont like the pee green with the black it makes it look like a Celtic away kit form the 1980’s green is ok for an away kit but I would have went for Kelly Green white & silver would have looked beter like the N.F.L team
    Philadelphia Eagles home uniform.

  2. Jer

    They’ll probably need a third at Norwich, both Wolves kits are quite close to yellow.

    (Also I hope they don’t use it against teams in white like Man City did with their pale green third kit last season, they were very hard to tell apart under floodlights.)

  3. tonesterwolf

    If Wolves carry on next season as they have in previous years it will be worn away at sides who wear black shorts instead of wearing an all gold outfit. They surely won’t be able to wear those shorts at Carrow rd so maybe a one off third will be worn if the EFL deem the lime green and yellow do clash too much.

  4. Waldschrat

    I like the shade of green, but when such a bright colour is used on the shirt, it’s always a bad idea to have shorts of the same colour. The kit would look fine with black shorts. On the other hand, black shorts as an away option for a team with black home shorts is a bad idea, too… so the whole thing isn’t too smart I guess.

  5. Les Glum

    One problem I can foresee is that when Wolves play against Norwich for example, they will decide that the pale green is too similar to yellow and will have to wear their new “Third Kit” which we obviously haven’t seen yet ! They will only wear this kit when they are away to teams who play in red or blue!

    Ridiculous !

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