In Pictures: Everton's new Umbro 2015-16 kit

Umbro and Everton have revealed the new home kit which the Toffees will wear during the 2015/16 Premier League season.

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The first official images released by Umbro show the kit being modelled by a group of Evertonian babies, a nod to the saying that Everton fans are ‘Born, Not Manufactured’.

The new lightweight home shirt is made using highly technical performance materials, including special body mapping on the back of the shirt for ventilation.

Shaped mesh underarm panels with contrast detailing and a lightweight textured club crest offer the wearer maximum fit, movement and comfort whether they’re on the pitch or cheering on the team from the stands A white v-neck collar with a rib insert is inspired by iconic Everton home shirts of the past and gives the shirt a unique visual for the season ahead.

The reverse of the shirt carries a 'NSNO' sign off on the back neck area, a subtle reference to the club¹s famous ‘Nil Satis Nisi Optimum’ motto.

The white shorts feature contrast navy blue panelling for an eye-catching look, together with a mesh back yoke for comfort and movement.

Double welt socks in white with a classic Everton blue trim offer all the protection and comfort demanded by modern players, completing a kit that balances classic Everton style with the very latest in performance technology.

Commenting on the new kit, Everton captain Phil Jagielka said: "When the season finishes people start looking forward to next season and the new kit plays a massive part in that, so I’m sure the fans will, as usual, take great pride in wearing the new shirt and show their colours ahead of the new campaign.

"Evertonians are a really proud set of fans, so they will be really pleased with this year’s design, which has lots of great features, such as the NSNO mention on the back.

"I think it will be just as popular, if not more so, than last year’s."

Everton’s new home kit is available to pre-order now and is available for men, women, juniors, infants and babies. It goes on sale on 20th June.

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