Liverpool have unveiled their new Warrior away kit for the 2013-14 season.
After last year's maritime homage and colour clashing effort, Liverpool are back in white and red, albeit with some questionable Native Indian patterns.
It is based on the Reds' 1981 League Cup final replay kit, when Kenny Dalglish and Alan Hansen scored to give Liverpool a 2-1 win against West Ham United.
Steven Gerrard models the new away kit
The classy Liver Bird crest remains the best thing about it, rather than the club's official overblown badge, but Warrior are struggling to distinguish themselves with kits which resemble poor 90s retro homages.
There's also some words of wisdom from Brendan Rodgers.
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"A football strip fuses a team together; it is a club’s uniform for players and fans," Rodgers said. "The fact that glimpses of the club’s history appear in this kit is a really nice touch from Warrior."
Pepe Reina's in purple for the new goalkeeper strip
Warrior could also be designing Manchester United's garbs from next season, with the emerging American sportswear firm ready to capitalise if Nike do not renew their 12-year deal with the Barclays Premier League champions in 2014.