Norwich City have unveiled their eye-catching third kit for the 2016/17 season - and it's got people talking!
The Canaries have never been shy of making a statement when they are forced to don something other than their beloved green and yellow - as seen with last season's sensational hooped third kit.
And this season's strip, made by Italian sports manufacturers Errea, doesn't fail to disappoint, harking to back to an iconic Norwich number used between 1992 and 1994.
The predominantly white 90s throwback is offset with a unique green and yellow pattern that resembles that worn by the Canaries sides who were a force in the fledgling seasons of the Premier League.
Head of retail at Norwich City, Steve Balmer-Walters, said: "I hope the fans really enjoy the kit as much as we have enjoyed designing it.
"The design of the 1992-94 kit has definitely divided people's opinions over the years, but it's still one of the most recognizable Norwich City kits, so we wanted to create something similar."
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