Manchester United unveil new away kit: White strip will be last produced by Nike
Adidas will be taking over kit making duties next season
Manchester United have unveiled their new away kit for the 2014/15 season.
The white strip represents the last they will be made by Nike after it was announced that Adidas would be replacing them as kit manufacturers from next season.
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The new away kit sees United revert to white, which they last wore two seasons ago having opted for a tartan blue away strip last term.
The kit features new sponsor Chevrolet on the front, has a black collar with a button engraved with the club's name.
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The club are currently on tour in the United States and are expected to appear in the new threads during one of their matches, with LA Galaxy, Roma, Inter Milan and Real Madrid all lined up as opponents before the new season gets underway.
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