Queens Park Rangers 2016/17 DryWorld Home, Away and Third Kits
Currently rebuilding under the management of former Netherlands and Chelsea striker Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, Queens Park Rangers recently signed a 10-year deal with fledgling Canadian firm DRYWORLD.
The popular London outfit unveiled their first set of match kits from DRYWORLD via a live Facebook broadcast earlier today from the headquarters of shirt sponsor Smarkets.
The QPR 2016/17 home shirt combines the designs of two of The Hoops best-selling jerseys of the early to mid-eighties. It features QPR’s classic bold blue and white hoops with a standout red overlapping v-neck. The sleeves cuffs of the kit are also in red. White shorts with blue trim and white socks with red and blue trim complete the Queens Park Rangers new home uniform.
QPR’s 16/17 away jersey uses what the club calls a “duck egg blue” and black-hooped look. White trim is used a trim on the shirt’s collar and sleeve cuffs. Duck egg blue with a black trim and duck egg blue socks with black and white trim accompany the alternate kit.
The Queens Park Rangers 2016/17 Dryworld third kit uses the same template as the Football League Championship side’s home and away jerseys. Its colorway has a burgundy base with yellow horizontal pinstripes. Burgundy shorts with yellow trim and burgundy socks with white and yellow trim are matched with the change kit.