New Latics home strip is available now

Date published: 28 June 2022

Latics have revealed their new home kit for the 2022/23 National League season in partnership with Hummel.

Supporters can purchase from the Fan Store today (Tuesday), with online sales now available at:

Hummel has once again has created a bespoke design, incorporating the colours of blue with a white and red trim.

In addition to this, the shirt features a pattern inspired by the work of George Woodhouse within Oldham Town Hall in the Greek Revival Style and has been adapted to include a feather resembling the owl within the Oldham crest.

Hummel’s iconic chevrons again feature across the shoulders, with the white and red trim finishing off the shirt.

It is also complemented with white shorts and blue socks.

The Danish sportswear manufacturer has used its ECO8 technology to ensure each shirt is manufactured from high-performing polyester produced from up to eight recycled plastic bottles.

In addition to the main release, the home goalkeeper shirt and training wear is now also available, with the training kit carrying a brand new look and feel featuring an embroidered outline to the crest.

Announcements on the away kit will be announced at the end of July in conjunction with the shirts going on sale in-store and online, whilst the third shirt is planned to be unveiled in August.

Meanwhile, Latics left-back Sam Hart has left the club after it was agreed that he would be released from his contract.

He started 33 games in all competitions for Latics last term.

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