Heart of Midlothian revealed the new 17/18 third Kit from Umbro.

The design sees a unique design with bold seasonal colours including Navy, Blueprint, traditional Dark Maroon and the stand out Lava Pink, alongside a contemporary take on the club crest.

The kit is constructed with great fit and bold styling at the heart of the design. Elongated articulated panels provide freedom of movement, with stylised hem and club specific stitching details completing the look.

The Dark Navy and Blue home shorts are tailored for maximum comfort and movement, featuring contrasted knitted diamonds in Lava Pink to match the sleeves of the jersey.

Double welt socks in Blueprint feature a Navy and Lava Pink band and adorned with the double diamond to complete a kit that matches the modern day footballer's high levels of performance on the pitch.

Aaron Hughes took part in a recent photshoot and was impressed with the kit: “This third kit is a nice contrast to our new home and away kits. It’s got a very modern feel to it and I’m sure it will prove popular with our fans. It looks good and we’re looking forward to wearing it out on the pitch, and winning football matches.”

This collection of kits are part of a new partnership between the famous double diamond football brand and Hearts which sees a set of bespoke performance garments created for The Jam Tarts, showcasing the renowned quality performance and technical designs of Umbro.

View the: Hearts 17/18 Umbro Home Kit

View the: Hearts 17/18 Umbro Away Kit

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Comments (2)

  1. The man with no name

Whats' with these seasonal colours? Do they change in the winter or bloom in the summer?

  1. Daniel-san

Colour scheme looks a bit of a mess on this kit. Umbro's kits have been disappointing this season. The odd nice one, but mostly repeated poor templates.

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