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Wolves Kit 2022-23

Alan

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My wait for a spiritual successor to our ancient pink-and-white bars shirt goes on.
 

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It’s all very well being inspired by the wolf head kit, but why not actually use the interlocking wolf heads instead of random triangles?

The fact that the wolf heads interlock is brilliant and criminally under used.
 

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I bought the new shirt, not as nice or good quality as last season's. I have now bought the 1994 retro shirt and have not been near the current one since. The difference in quality and design is immense
 

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I bought the new shirt, not as nice or good quality as last season's. I have now bought the 1994 retro shirt and have not been near the current one since. The difference in quality and design is immense
The blue one?
 

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I bought the new shirt, not as nice or good quality as last season's. I have now bought the 1994 retro shirt and have not been near the current one since. The difference in quality and design is immense
How's the fit on the retro one? Like a modern shirt? They are on offer today - I tried on my OG 1994 shirt the other day and the fit was massive :)
 

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How's the fit on the retro one? Like a modern shirt? They are on offer today - I tried on my OG 1994 shirt the other day and the fit was massive :)

A bit looser I'd say. Get your usual size, should be fine.

At £35, price is retro too!
 

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Gone for the 92 Gold Bukta - since I only had the original in blue.

Fucking Wolves, get more money out of me than the wife.
 

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I still have the original (1994 gold) at my parents house somewhere with a no.9 on the back, no idea if still fits but remember they were quite baggy.

I never bought that Bukta shirt, stuck with the shortlived Scoreline one
 

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I've got loads, most still fit (says a lot about my size when younger :) )
 

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Scoreline/Manders was my first though I did have the tracksuits in the late 70s and now have a retro version of the late 70s trackie top
 

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86 Staw was my first - bought it in 2017 as a retro one, very much in keeping with the original the sponsor logo fell off
 

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Think I'll get the 93 away at some point even though it's similar to the 92 away which I have. The 96 track jackets fit really nicely despite being sort of tight-fit and having a bit of a belly. Love the retro stuff, so much better than current day kits.
 

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I like retro shirts but not the modern takes that don't have the licence to add the kit manufacturer or logo/stripes/diamonds. I'd rather buy an original from somewhere like Classic Football Shirts than a retro copy from Score Draw or TOFFS. I think we only have the kit logo on the Bukta shirts and the tyre print one
 
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