Huddersfield Town's home kit for the new season has been revealed.
The club unveiled the new strip, manufactured by PUMA, for the first time at a special launch event at Odeon Cinema on Friday evening.
The shirt was modelled by summer signing Michael Hefele, Joe Lolley and Sean Scannell in a special video that featured voiceovers of Smile Awhile from Town fans and Academy President Sir Patrick Stewart.
Town's new shirt harks back to a more traditional look, returning to a darker shade of blue for the stripes and adding a white collar.
The shoulders also feature a blue stripe, as opposed to last season’s black.
And PUMA have added a blue stripe to the white shorts.
The kit is currently available to pre-order and is expected to be in the shops during the week beginning July 4.
Town are due to reveal the new away and third kits for 2016/17 next month.