West Ham have released their Umbro home kit for the upcoming 2022/23 season.
The strip is said to take inspiration from the one worn by the Hammers 1992/93 side, who secured promotion to the Premier League under the guidance of Billy Bonds.
The new look is also 'made for massive moments' as West Ham prepare to compete in the Europa Conference League next season.
Featuring the club's classic claret-and-blue colour scheme, originality is added by white scratched graffiti detailing on each sleeve.
To mark the strip's release, West Ham filmed a launch video which featured street art being produced at the site of the Boleyn Ground, at Gainsborough Primary School and on the Greenway in Plaistow.
Among the new signings that fans could be treated to seeing in the fresh shirt include Nayef Aguerd, Kane Lewis-Potter and Raphinha.
Fans can buy the kit now by visiting the club's stadium store or logging onto the online shop.
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