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Thread: New Balance or Nike? (The decision is made today)

  1. #151
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    Quote Originally Posted by Insidious View Post
    Seen our badge recently mate?

    It's meant to be that colour / homage to the kit details of - flip, was it 93-95? Memory is hazy.

    So long as loads of people buy it and it puts money in the coffers, as Van Dijk once said, "who cares?"

    I quite like it. Don't adore it, but it decent enough!
    I guess it get's hard to design kits that havn't already been done before, as you can't change much really.

    For me red and white will always be the way but like I said, at least this is different in some way, not that I like it.

  2. #152
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    Quote Originally Posted by ianlfc View Post
    Far too many Gok Wan wannabees on here now 😂😂
    Bobbies twin...

  3. #153
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kev0909 View Post
    For me red and white will always be the way but like I said, at least this is different in some way, not that I like it.
    Yeah I get you.

    Some excellent mock-ups on Twitter every year that usually end up being better than the final kit (although we have had very nice Home shirts the last couple of years) and hopefully we see something similar to one of those very soon.

  4. #154
    Quote Originally Posted by Steveo View Post
    Called teal - supposed to be a green but does look bluish in certain environments. I remember the leaked Nike away or 3rd kit looked totally blue to my eyes...

    I am 47 though - the old eyes are not what they once were...
    Whilst my name might appear scientific I am actually more on the artistic side.
    I know the composition of colours scientifically but am more endeared to the names of colours.
    I remember reading somewhere long ago that English has the greatest ability to describe different colours (as opposed to say the Inuit - who conversely have many more different names for types of snow - I stand to be corrected!)
    I think the red I associate with is more akin to between crimson mixing to scarlet. To someone more artistic than me there is a name for the colour.
    These days colours are digitised - easy to match up on a colour chart at the local DIY but what is the name?
    I think we are losing something not just as a club but as a nation with this trend towards too much mixing of the palette and see what comes up whilst forgetting the name of the colour.

  5. #155
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    There are only three acceptable ways of naming colours - RGB, HSL and HSV.
    Etiamsi omnes, ego non

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balinkay View Post
    There are only three acceptable ways of naming colours - RGB, HSL and HSV.
    What about CMYK?

  7. #157
    Quote Originally Posted by Balinkay View Post
    There are only three acceptable ways of naming colours - RGB, HSL and HSV.
    Sorry Bali for my unacceptable posting.
    In future I will try to refer to colours in terms of their Hue, Saturation Lightness, Value or Brightness.
    What does RGB mean mean without using unacceptable names?
    How should I name the main colour of proposed new kit?
    How should I name the main colour of existing kit?
    How should I name the main colour of the 1965 FA Cup final kit?
    How will this thread survive now?
    What about Noods alternative suggestion? Is that acceptable?
    How should we say 'Up the Reds'.
    I will update my banner accordingly.

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