The latest Celtic concept kit that has been doing the rounds on social media appears to have divided opinions amongst many Hoops supporters.
Twitter user @JGlasgowCelticK uploaded an image of a concept away kit using Adidas as the manufacturer after Celtic confirmed last month they had agreed a five-year deal with the sportswear giant to take over from New Balance.
The design would see Celtic don a yellow strip with a subtle diamond check pattern when they play away from home, with two small hoops at the bottom of each sleeve and around the collar, with one stripe in green and the other in white.
Three green stripes would also go across the shoulder of the shirt, with Adidas’ logo being a three-striped design.
As previously mentioned, @JGlasgowCelticK uploaded an image of the kit to Twitter earlier this week, and simply asked Celtic supporters whether they like or dislike the design.
And the reaction was certainly mixed.
Twitter: @JGlasgowCelticK That’s tremendous but I suspect Umbro would have something to say about it. (@tgreig76)
Twitter: @JGlasgowCelticK Meh.. (@celticonly)
Twitter: @JGlasgowCelticK Hell yes. (@Graham6895)
Twitter: @JGlasgowCelticK Not for me (@jaecob_27)
Twitter: @JGlasgowCelticK Take my money, (as long as no stick-on badges/motifs). (@divisbhoy)
Twitter: @JGlasgowCelticK Hmmm. Don’t know. Maybe? (@lcafiero)
Twitter: @JGlasgowCelticK Yes🍀 (@kenneth_mcaulay)
Twitter: @JGlasgowCelticK Nae it’s honking (@ballinacup69)
Twitter: @JGlasgowCelticK Only saying no to this because we have an away yellow shirt this season. Doubt we’d have that 2 seasons in a row (@Jarrod82_)