Boro Kit

S7DiscoDown

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I don't mind the 32red. It's the set your limits bit that annoys me.

Don't use a betting company and stick a warning on it. It's just a token gesture as you know 32Red will keep letting you bet and love an addict.

Hopefully paddy Power 'sponsor' us one day and don't have it on the shirt.
 
it makes a mess unless theres not much glue, i tried to take hansa off the retro and ruined the shirt . followed all the correct way to and even carefully tried to peel it off with a heat press. result was a ruined shirt
 

futureboy

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"Set Your Limits" really rubbed me up the wrong way as well. I don't have any problem with gambling sponsors but I want my team to take the field in an atmosphere of ambition, aspiration and optimism - not literally emblazoned with the idea that there are limits.

But the main reason I haven't bought a shirt for a few years, despite owning and regularly wearing plenty of previous Boro shirts, is Hummel. Horrible clingfilm tat.
 

18MFC76

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"Set Your Limits" really rubbed me up the wrong way as well. I don't have any problem with gambling sponsors but I want my team to take the field in an atmosphere of ambition, aspiration and optimism - not literally emblazoned with the idea that there are limits.

But the main reason I haven't bought a shirt for a few years, despite owning and regularly wearing plenty of previous Boro shirts, is Hummel. Horrible clingfilm tat.
I prefer the look of the Hummel kits and like the fact they are more personalised to us as a club. The quality however is nowhere near as good as Adidas.
 

Capybara

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The sponsor isn't on children's shirts because of who the sponsor is. I assume it's part of the deal with the sponsors that they can't sell sponsor-free shirts in adult sizes.
 
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