Worst Kit of the Year? Wycombe Wanderers 16-17 Home and Away Kits Released

Is this the worst kit of the year? English League Two team Wycombe Wanderers some months ago unveiled their new jerseys for the 2016-17 season. And while the new Wycombe Wanderers 2016-2017 home and away jerseys are anything but bad, it's the keeper kit that caught not only our attention.



Made by O'Neills, the new Wycombe Wanderers 2016-17 jerseys feature Beechdean Dairy Ice Dream on the front and were already debuted two months ago.

Wycombe Wanderers 16-17 Home Kit

This image shows the new Wycombe Wanderers home shirt.



Wanderers' new home kit, which again features the traditional quarter design, marks a return to a more traditional shade of light blue, synonymous with some of the club's proudest achievements throughout its history, while it also features a horizontal pinstripe through the iconic navy quarters and smart detailing on the sleeves.

Wycombe Wanderers 16-17 Away Kit

This image shows the new Wycombe Wanderers away shirt.



The Wycombe Wanderers change strip is all-white with a faded vertical pinstripe which reads 'WWFC'.

Wycombe Wanderers 16-17 Goalkeeper Kit

This image shows the new Wycombe Wanderers away goalkeeper shirt.



While all four strips – plus all training wear – carries a watermark bearing the figures '1887' – the year of the club's foundation and the Wycombe home, away and goalkeeper home jersey are classy, the lime and pink Wanderers keeper kit easily would win the award as the boldest, if not also worst kit of the season.



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