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Hey all-

I've drawn up uniform concepts for my beloved Tottenham Hotspur Football Club. With the exception of the third, all of them show a return to traditional Spurs kits. The primary is very plain- a white shirt with blue shorts- because this is the most traditional look for Tottenham to wear. They are, after all, the "Lillywhites". The clash kit utilizes the traditional secondary colors of yellow and navy. The third is where I took some liberties with color. Several years ago, Tottenham wore a brown kit that I really liked the look of, so I decided to bring it back here, with the badge/sponsor/name/number in bright blue. There's not really historical precedent for this, I have just always liked those two colors together, and third kits usually feature unusual coloring. The keeper kit marks this set's return to tradition. Keepers all through Spurs' heyday wore green, and I figured that if green's good enough for Pat Jennings and the rest, it's good enough for Hugo Lloris.

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I really like the blue socks with the brown, not sure how good the brown would look on the pitch though...

Love the green, that's my favorite

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I really like the blue socks with the brown, not sure how good the brown would look on the pitch though...

Love the green, that's my favorite

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Here's what I used as inspiration for the brown and blue.

The kits, pretty great. Jenas and Mido, on the other hand, ughhh.

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I like it. I'm actually a fan of Under Armour's kits for Tottenham this year. These are top notch as well

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Spurs fan reporting...

While they are plain I think it works. The away is a great throwback to some classic kits (reminded me of 77-80 at first glance). I understand the brown, but would like to see the blue have the saturation or brightness reduced.

I would like to see more detail on the socks. At the very least the club crest or just the word SPURS accompanied by the UA logo.

Very minor critique: The numbering on the brown shirt does not come in that colour for premier league numbers. I suppose as usual, it would be used as the 'European Away' and if was needed in the premier league would use white numbers.

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I've always found brown-and-cyan woefully underused in design, so this makes me happy. :)

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Spurs fan reporting...

While they are plain I think it works. The away is a great throwback to some classic kits (reminded me of 77-80 at first glance). I understand the brown, but would like to see the blue have the saturation or brightness reduced.

I would like to see more detail on the socks. At the very least the club crest or just the word SPURS accompanied by the UA logo.

Very minor critique: The numbering on the brown shirt does not come in that colour for premier league numbers. I suppose as usual, it would be used as the 'European Away' and if was needed in the premier league would use white numbers.

Thanks for the tips. Also, I didn't know that there were only certain colors for numbers.

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Never seen that before. Very interesting.

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As you posted earlier though, the pic of the brown kit being used in the UEFA Cup (at the time) are free from these regulations, so you could use the cyan in europe in theory.

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