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On 11/03/2019 at 23:11, Keyblade said:

This year's home kit is the best Villa kit of my lifetime. Would love for Luke to get another go.

I wouldn't go quite that far - but I am 55  !!!

Best kit for many a year - I like the fact that it is a unique kit, not just claret and blue blobbed onto an Adidas stencil !

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I think the Luke kits are nice, but not that special.

My initial reaction was very positive but they've faded a bit on me.

Good effort and all that but I'm happy we are moving to another brand.

Think it was a very nice one off deal, just like when we had Acorns on the kit, but I wouldn't want it long term.

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21 hours ago, dont_do_it_doug. said:

I hate the Luke kits, the fit is terrible. Nice designs, love the 3rd kit, but fit first and foremost for me. I'm glad of the change. 

Too baggy or too tight?

I don't like the long sleeve lengths.

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I'm more interested in who the sponsor on the front will be. 

I desperately need a new top but don't want to walk around with some betting company logo on display. 

Hopefully the new owners have the contacts for a more classy shirt sponsor. 

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1 hour ago, sidcow said:

I'm more interested in who the sponsor on the front will be. 

I desperately need a new top but don't want to walk around with some betting company logo on display. 

Hopefully the new owners have the contacts for a more classy shirt sponsor. 

It's all about the £££'s. Whoever pays the most is who they'll choose and most likely it will be a betting company. 

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2 hours ago, JAMAICAN-VILLAN said:

Too baggy or too tight?

I don't like the long sleeve lengths.

Too tight around the chest. I mean insanely tight, then too baggy in the arms and too long all round as you move up a size. I honestly can't work out what sized human they're designed for. It might be a modern thing, but it really doesn't work for me.

The players shirts look a much better fit. 

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2 hours ago, wilko154 said:

Looking back the Under Armour kits were awful.

The colours were completely wrong, it annoys me everytime I see one at Villa Park.

Luke is the first company to get the colours right in over a decade...apart from maybe Macron 2014/2015.

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1 hour ago, dont_do_it_doug. said:

Too tight around the chest. I mean insanely tight, then too baggy in the arms and too long all round as you move up a size. I honestly can't work out what sized human they're designed for. It might be a modern thing, but it really doesn't work for me.

The players shirts look a much better fit. 

Could be wrong but I'm sure I read that the retail versions were the same as the player versions. 

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1 minute ago, jim said:

Could be wrong but I'm sure I read that the retail versions were the same as the player versions. 

Perhaps it is the physique rather than the fit that is the problem.

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20 minutes ago, GENTLEMAN said:

Perhaps it is the physique rather than the fit that is the problem.

Was about to say this lol.

Pretty confident the players are in better shape than 99 percent of us.

I agree with him on arms and length though.

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On 15/04/2019 at 14:00, dont_do_it_doug. said:

I hate the Luke kits, the fit is terrible. Nice designs, love the 3rd kit, but fit first and foremost for me. I'm glad of the change. 

Luke didn't manufacture the kits. They're manufactured by Fanatics. They might well be manufactured by Fanatics next season too, regardless of the badge.

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