The new kits from Erreà Sport, for C.D. Numancia’s forthcoming 2019-2020 season, are a perfect blend of great elegance, simplicity and a desire for change.
Compared to last season, the innovative and essential first kit has a totally red look that respects the colours of tradition.
With a v-neck and semi-fitted wearability, the new home shirt focuses entirely on the technical nature of the fabric that pairs two types of yarns. The fabric of the shirt's central body section, with a double-knit construction, is soft and has micro holes that help body heat to evaporate. It combines with the insertion of a special mesh down the sides that are designed to ensure maximum freshness and breathability, rendering the fitting more modern and comfortable.
Technology plays a major role in the creation of the new top, that includes a special pocket, on the back below the collar, held in place by a special thickened fabric, that contains a GPS tracking device to monitor players’ performances throughout the match, in keeping with the most up to date state-of-the art solutions.
The same model and fabric are used for the away shirt that has the customary diagonal purple strip which, for this season, is a darker colour - in order to recall the first original models - on a white background, in a nuanced transfer print, to provide ample space for the application of the sponsor's name, with the same colour being reprised in the v-neck collar and sleeve edges.
The totally new and very striking third shirt in its total innovation presents itself in an elegant and eye-catching anthracite grey that combines with the black in the collar, the sleeves and the vertical stripe that runs down the sides.
All three of the “Numantinos” kits are rounded off by matching shorts that are in the same colours as the shirts, with the mesh stripe continuing to embellish the line and increase ventilation and regulation of the body's temperature.
The “leitmotiv” of the entire C.D. Numancia leisurewear and teamwear collection for 2019-2020 is the word “hiStORIA” which, thanks to a play on the lower and upper case letters, emphasises the word SORIA, the city that is of great historical value to Spain and that was the birthplace of the Club, the origins and roots of which it has been important to highlight significantly in all communication.