Color blindness made justice as Leicester have no say and will launch their new Adidas kit in the near future

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So far nothing from official sources but a few birds in the threes around King Power do have an idea about the outcome for the future. What we know is that Premier League will not follow EFL and allowing clubs to wear away and third kits at home to help color blind people.

Rumours about a possible Castore switch looks unlikely as footy headlines do confirm Leicester to continue their relationship with Adidas.

A number of clubs have allraedy launched their new kits for the upcoming season. Leicester will definately be in blue as always, but still no news about shorts and stockings as they can switch between all blue and white. We have rumours about including more gold and less yellow as part colours in the kit, but still just wild guessing.

There are a great number of Leicester consept kits out and speculations regarding colours will always be firm. Last season we did see the mint and blue which is one to recognize and of course the third kit with a mix of grey and pink.

A number of clubs has in the last few days launched their new 2022/23 kits and more will come in the next days of June.

Adidas will be in company with five Premier League clubs and the four others besides Leicester to use this mega brand are Man Utd, Arsenal, Fulham and Leeds. Four Four Two has a grand article on the matter as they line up every detail available so far.

Looking at Arsenal and their newly launched home kit you do find some interesting details. The new Adidas logo is not on the shirt as they go with the former one. Why is difficult to understand as most World Cup kits will be with the new logo.

We just have to wait for the full launch and said to be lined up in the last week of June, but again not likely to see the away and third in the same colours as this season.

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