East Stirling‘s home kit may share similarities with the Ayr United design but the launches were completely different. Not for The Shire the body-painted young model; their’s was downstairs in the changing rooms at Ochiview Park. For the away kit, that is. The home was more picturesque, with the photoshoot taking place in front of the Falkirk Kelpies.
Nothing wrong with that, we’d agree. After all, it’s the best place for a football kit other than on the pitch.
And it’s the pitches of the Lowland League that these kits will be seen next season. Edinburgh City won the second leg of the relegation play-off 1 – 0 at Ochilview Park, condemning East Stirling to relegation with a 2 – 1 aggregate win.
The away kit has seen light of day as well and we have the details below.
East Stirlingshire 2016/17 Home Kit
This is East Stirlingshire’s 2016/17 home kit:
The club’s traditional black and white colours return for another season. Across the body of the front and back are charcoal grey and white hoops. Either side of the hoops sit thin black bands. The sleeves are solid charcoal with a white Joma logo.
East Stirlingshire 2016/17 Away Kit
On their travels, the Shire will wear this kit:
It’s a straightforward yellow and blue design.
The shirt is yellow with a crew neck, with a blue trim on either side of the chest. The shorts are royal blue with a yellow band at the bottom of each leg whilst the socks are equally straightforward: yellow with royal blue turnover. On each shin is Joma’s logo in blue.